This kit includes the HAMR-54 Motor Retainer and HAMR-54/38 Adapter!
Andromeda comes standard with pre-beveled 0.093 G-10 fins! The Quantum Tube airframe, thick plastic nosecone, and multi-panel hemispherical parachute are chosen for their reliability and durability in order to survive the rigors of repeat flights. The HAMR-54 set included with this kit allows you to fly H-J motors, making it ideal for both Levels 1 & 2. By using the included HAMR-54/38 adapter, she can accommodate 38mm, or 54mm motors so you can fly anywhere, anytime. This beautiful rocket is both easy to build and a joy to fly.
Diameter: 3.9" | Height: 64.5" | MMT: 54mm MMT w/ Adapter for 38mm
Parachute: 54" | Payload: 12"
Fin Array: 3 | Fin Thickness: 0.093" Pre-beveled
The ANDROMEDA 54/38 is an easy-to-build kit for Level 1 and 2 flights. This rocket stands 64.5" tall, is 3.9" diameter and has a 3 fin design. This rocket comes standard with a 54mm MMT w/ Adapter for a 38mm motor mount and can fly on H-J motors. At ~68 oz., the 54" parachute is sized right for the stock kit to make a safe landing under most field conditions. This kit comes standard with our exclusive Linear Rail Lugs for use with 80/20 brand launch rails. The stock airframe is ideal for flights up to approx. 0.85 Mach.
Below you will find a number of upgrade options. Upgrading the parachute size may be necessary if you intend to build heavy or have a hard landing surface (i.e. gravel, pavement, desert playa, etc.). Some motors will accelerate this rocket to transonic or even supersonic velocities. Under these conditions, this kit may require the fin upgrade, foam encapsulation of the fin root, as well as other advanced construction skills.
- Add HAMR-54/29-ADPTR Motor Adapter (for HAMR-54) Save 10% - $20.65
- Epoxy, Quick-Cure (5 min) - $16.99 (Normally $18.99)
- Epoxy, Mid-Cure (15 min) - $16.99 (Normally $18.99)
- Epoxy, Slow-Cure (30 min) - $16.99 (Normally $18.99)
- Adjustable Density Expanding Foam - $16.99 (Normally $18.99)
It is prudent to sim your kit/motor combination using the actual weight of your finished model to determine max velocity, altitude, ejection delay, etc. This will allow you to make an informed decision when selecting a suitable motor for your rocket. Please download and read the PML FAQ and/or consult with a NAR or Tripoli certified member to ensure your flights are fun and safe.