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5.15 Are Jetex engines still available? Where can I get them?




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This article is from the Model Rockets FAQ, by Wolfram von Kiparski with numerous contributions by others.

5.15 Are Jetex engines still available? Where can I get them?

Although, technically, jetex type products are NOT model rocket motors and
do not fall under NAR/NFPA guidelines and safety codes, a number of
questions do pop up about these on r.m.r. The following sources have been
quoted on r.m.r as selling Jetex products:

Peck Polymers
P.O. Box 2498
La Mesa, CA 92041

Doylejet
P.O. Box 60311
Houston, Texas 77205
(713) 443-3409

 

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