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Aerotech 29mm Hobbyline/RMS Overview
« on: August 01, 2016, 11:25:43 AM »
29/40-120 case-
E16W, E23T, F22J, F40W, F52T, G53FJ, G64W, G76G, and G138T   (W is White, J and FJ are smokey, G for Green, T is Blue.  Be aware the smaller AT blues aren't very blue.  The G138T is very blue, also it and the F loads require hazmat, the others do not)   Reloads in the case can be had CHEAP from hobbylinc and most other vendors.  G76G's go for $10-11.
The 60 has the F37W and F62T.
The 100 has the G54W, and G104T, 
The 120 has the G77R, G79W, G25W.  (G25 is haz, other 2 are not)
The 180 case has a G75J (hazmat)  load thats a full G.
The 180 case has High power loads for H128W, H165R, and H238T  no haz   $19
The 240 case has High power loads for H180W, H210R, H220T, H250G, and H97J  (H97 is haz, rest non haz)   $22
The 360 case has High power loads for H268R, and I200W non hazmat.  $30


The left is a hobbyline 29 40-120 case,  the right an RMS 29/120


a 29/120 case with a pair of G79W loads


29/120's and a set of 29 40-120


A full dual set of 29mm RMS.   I've since sold the 29/60's and 100's.   never flew them

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Re: Aerotech 29mm overview
« Reply #1 on: August 01, 2016, 11:26:05 AM »
I've flown a bunch of these motors between my Optima and Quick N Dirty.    My goal is to one day fly every reload in a day or two.  It would be from F52T up, and likely omit the G25W (wouldn't fly the Optima very well).  Would come out to about 18 motors I think, and be tons of fun to compare flights. (I'm even sitting on a G71R I could toss in the mix.  Perhaps I'll just do the 6 40-120 loads)

Now for some porn....
G53FJ


G76G


G138T


G77R


G79W


H250G

H238T x 2


I200Wx 2


H268R

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Re: Aerotech 29mm Hobbyline/RMS Overview
« Reply #2 on: August 01, 2016, 04:00:21 PM »
Reading through the Aerotech thread on TRF, it looks like they are going to be coming out with a new red and a sparky load for the 29 40-120 towards the end of the year.
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Re: Aerotech 29mm Hobbyline/RMS Overview
« Reply #3 on: August 01, 2016, 04:15:27 PM »
Reading through the Aerotech thread on TRF, it looks like they are going to be coming out with a new red and a sparky load for the 29 40-120 towards the end of the year.

Those should be pretty cool.   I'm hoping they add to the RMS 29/120 case.  A Green core burning load, and a Blue that works would be awesome.  But with G76's selling for $11, it would be hard to get $16 for 120 loads.   I think its a better case, and dislike slot burners... But the hobbyline success and low cost is hard to argue with. 

Now if we could get hazmat free F52's..... :)

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Re: Aerotech 29mm Hobbyline/RMS Overview
« Reply #4 on: August 01, 2016, 04:32:46 PM »
Now if we could get hazmat free F52's..... :)

They're working on a red and a blue for the 24 60 also. I'm pretty excited for those. The F35 is one of my favorite loads, and the case is alot nicer than the 24 40.
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Re: Aerotech 29mm Hobbyline/RMS Overview
« Reply #5 on: August 01, 2016, 04:39:39 PM »
Now if we could get hazmat free F52's..... :)

They're working on a red and a blue for the 24 60 also. I'm pretty excited for those. The F35 is one of my favorite loads, and the case is alot nicer than the 24 40.

That would push me over the edge to finally get some 24/60s.  Those would be a lot of fun in my painkiller micro.

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Re: Aerotech 29mm Hobbyline/RMS Overview
« Reply #6 on: August 01, 2016, 08:27:49 PM »
I flew my first 24/60 Saturday in my 3" Baby Bertha and really liked the load. Also, cleanup was super easy. This is a really robust case and a great size, can't wait for the new loads to come out!
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