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Old 10-09-2008, 10:31 PM
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We have just released the SLS Brighton . In the works for almost three years, this one finally pays homage to one of my favorite rockets, the K-6 Ranger. It is about a 161% upscale and has three interchangeable mounts and one adapter.

It will fly with four 18mm engines, three 24mm engines, or one 24mm or 29mm engine. Everything from 4 C's to one H. It uses the BTH-80 and 1/8" basswood fins for durability.
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Old 10-09-2008, 11:17 PM
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Looks nice, Carl! You think it'll also fly on three E9's too? That kit will be on one of my
near future "must buy" list.
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Old 10-09-2008, 11:40 PM
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Looks nice, Carl! You think it'll also fly on three E9's too? That kit will be on one of my
near future "must buy" list.
Should be about 1700 feet on three E9-6 engines.
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Very cool, Carl.

Since it's now showing up for all on the website you should advertise it in the Vendors section here to help get the word out.
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Always try to post here first. It is up on Vendors now.
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Always try to post here first. It is up on Vendors now.

And we appreciate it.
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Looks great, Carl !

Now I just have to convince the wife I must have another huge rocket kit.
This one will look great in the '70's roll-pattern red-nose yellow/black/white Ranger paint scheme !
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And we appreciate it.


As the proud soon-to-be owner of #0006, I certainly appreciate the plug in the less public forum first.

You guys are slipping though--I ordered it 4 hours ago, and when I stopped by the house at lunch time it hadn't arrived yet. Obviously all that Saturn celebration stuff is slowing things down .
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Looks great, Carl !

Now I just have to convince the wife I must have another huge rocket kit.
This one will look great in the '70's roll-pattern red-nose yellow/black/white Ranger paint scheme !


I already sent an e-mail to Phred asking him to make some upscale decals for the red/yellow/black/white Ranger paint scheme.

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Is there any reason why this model is named SLS Brighton and not SLS Ranger?
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