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Old 07-05-2007, 02:47 AM
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Talking SLS "Li'l" Hi-G

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Originally Posted by CPMcGraw
Could you give additional information about the origin of the design? Was this a MRN/DOM/EIRP design, or a short-lived production model? I'm not familiar with the model name. Do you have an ID number for it?
(Russian accent) "Is tricky Design of Month, number 44:"

http://www.dars.org/jimz/eirp_44.htm


The widest part of the fin for an LT-175 2.41X upscale (~30" long) is right at 3". For an LT-225 3.06X upscale (~36+" long) , that same measurement is 4.75". I'm guessing you'd need a compound fin, like on the Semroc Hustler.


Here's a "quick and dirty" workup on the LT-175 version. The colors are garish, but at least you can see the individual pieces.


Cheers,
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