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Old 07-22-2014, 02:39 AM
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Also meatballrocketry.com is going to host the zip and post a link here. (Thanks Josh!)


I'm out of town at the moment but I should be able to upload the file and share a link later in the week. Stay tuned.
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Thanks for the files Tim.
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Old 07-22-2014, 01:56 PM
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I just now saw this thread. That's my favorite shuttle as well. Glad to see someone reviving it. I have one mint in plastic waiting for my oldest grandson to get just a bit bigger before we crack it open.

I still occasionally fly my original shuttle at club launches. There's a photo on our website.

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Old 07-26-2014, 04:40 PM
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The following page has link to the zip file and a gallery with individual scans. Files courtesy of Tim Morley:

http://meatballrocketry.com/nasa-sp...a-centuri-5343/
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Thanks for the upload!
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Yes, Thanks! Now if only I could get a full size download, I could build this dang thing!
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Yes, Thanks! Now if only I could get a full size download, I could build this dang thing!


Are you still having problems downloading? I just tested it again myself without any issues.
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Default Has anyone had any luck finding a nose cone for this rocket?

Has anyone had any luck finding a nose cone for this rocket?
The documentation that I've found says that the original cone was a PNC-160.
Semroc used to carry a balsa version of this and Sirius Moldin Oldies site has it listed but has shown their version of it as sold out for months now.
Centuri catalogs have the PNC-160 listed as 2.5 inches long similar to a Bertha cone but a Bertha cone just doesn't look the same.
Any help is greatly appreciated!
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Has anyone had any luck finding a nose cone for this rocket?
The documentation that I've found says that the original cone was a PNC-160.
Semroc used to carry a balsa version of this and Sirius Moldin Oldies site has it listed but has shown their version of it as sold out for months now.
Centuri catalogs have the PNC-160 listed as 2.5 inches long similar to a Bertha cone but a Bertha cone just doesn't look the same.
Any help is greatly appreciated!


It's the SEMROC BC-1625P, but it has been out of stock for a while.



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