The Estes Eliminator is a super high performance model rocket design intended for high altitude, cloud punching flying on our powerful E engines! The rocket features purple wrapped body tubes and a one piece molded fin set that can handle all the power an E can deliver. A bright yellow nose cone sits atop the rocket while the tribal looking self-stick decals add to its visibility…which you’re going to need as the E engine pushes this beast up to 1,400 feet.
- Length: 30.8″
- Diameter: 1.33″
- Weight: 4.6 oz.
- Recovery: 12″ Parachute
- Fins: Molded Plastic
- Altitude: 1400′
- Recommended Motors:
- D12-5, E9-6
- 10/26/2001 – Purchased Estes Eliminator E from HobbyLinc for $15.09 (Retail $21.99)
- 12/18/2001 – Open kit and determine all part are included. Scanned in decal and plans.
- 12/20/2001 – Filleted and glued green tube adaptor to engine mount tube and glued engine block 1/2″ into forward end of motor mount tube. Glued yellow fin canaster to outside of purple body tube even with end of body tube. Glued red tube coupler 1″ into the forward end of body tube. Glued other body tube over the remaining red tube coupler. Glued assembled engine mount into end of purple body tube with fins. Note: did not use engine retainer. Glued shock cord to mount and then inside forward end of body tube at least 2″. Cut launch lug in half. Cut the 1″ block of wood in half and glued one to each launch lug. Instead of cutting away a strip of outer wrap used epoxy to attach it. Cut out self adhesive decals.
- 12/21/2001 – Applied decals to model. This completes construction of Estes Eliminator E model rocket #1950.