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Booster Model Rocket Motors


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Estes A8-0 Motors (Package of 3)

A8-0 Motors (Package of 3)

The Estes A8-0 engine is a booster stage model rocket motor. This engine is for flights in multi-stage rockets weighing less than four ounces...
$10.29
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Estes A10-0T Motors (Package of 4)

A10-0T Motors (Package of 4)

The Estes A10-0T engine is a booster stage model rocket motor. This engine is for multi-stage flights in rockets weighing less than four ounces...
$10.29
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Estes B6-0 Motors (Package of 3)

B6-0 Motors (Package of 3)

The Estes B6-0 engine is a booster stage model rocket motor. This motor is for flights in rockets weighing less than four ounces (including the...
$10.79
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Estes C6-0 Motors (Package of 3)

C6-0 Motors (Package of 3)

The Estes C6-0 engine is a booster stage model rocket motor. This mtoor is for flights in rockets weighing less than four ounces (including the...
$11.79
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Our Price: $10.25

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Estes C11-0 Motors (Package of 2)

C11-0 Motors (Package of 2)

The Estes C11-0 engine is a booster stage model rocket motor. This motor is for flights in rockets weighing less than six ounces (including the...
Our Price: $9.99

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Estes D12-0 Motors (Package of 2)

D12-0 Motors (Package of 2)

The Estes D12-0 engine is a booster stage model rocket motor. This motor is for flights in rockets weighing less than 14 ounces (including the...
$11.99
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Booster motors are intended for use in the first stage of a multi-stage model rocket. Unlike single-stage or upper-stage motors, booster motors do not have a delay or an ejection charge. So, a booster motor usually cannot be used by itself in a typical rocket because there will be no ejection charge to trigger deployment of the recovery system. Booster motors can be recognized by a "-0" at the end of their designation (indicating no delay).



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