Item #: EST1951
UPC: 047776019515
Retail: $36.99
Price: $29.99
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    Dominate the skies with the massive E engine powered Executioner! Now this is what a rocket should look like - large and in charge! This giant is impossible to miss during flight with its huge 2.6 inch (66 cm) diameter body tube and over 36 inch (91.4 cm) length. It's no wonder this goliath needs D and E engines to fly!

    The Executioner has several features that make it easier to assemble and extremely durable when powered with D and E rocket engines. First, we've provided a slotted main body tube for a perfect through-the-tube fin attachment and alignment of the laser cut birch wood fins. This style of fin assembly provides superior fin to body tube strength and exceptional stability during flight. This rocket kit also features a blow mold, aerodynamically streamlined nose cone for improved vertical performance. Flying this giant is just as much fun as building it. When loaded up with one of our powerful E engines, this huge model can reach altitudes of almost 600 feet (183 m). As an added feature, we've also included a 1/4 inch x 36 inch rubber shock cord and a 24 inch (61 cm) preassembled parachute to ensure safe landings so you can recover this behemoth for more exciting, ear deafening launches. Pick up an Executioner today and be the talk of your rocket club with this awesome rocket!

    The Executioner also includes an adapter that allows you to quickly convert from E engine power to D engine power. Estes engines are required and sold separately. Building tools, finishing supplies, Estes E Launch controller and E Launch Pad required - sold separately. Recommended for ages 18 and up with adult supervision for those under 18.

    Specs
    Length: 38.5" (97.8cm)
    Diameter: 2.6" (66mm)
    Weight: 8.1 oz. (229.6g)
    Recovery: Parachute
    Fins: Lase Cut Balsa Fins
    Maximum Altitude: 590' (274m)
    Recommended Engines: D12-3, E9-4, E9-6

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