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Old 09-12-2016, 08:23 PM
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Check Ninfinger for the later Black Widow plans...they probably have them.
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I guess I never realized that the Ninfinger site had a plans section. Thanks, I'll check it out.
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My mistake...I meant to say JimZ Rocket Plans, NOT Ninfinger....sorry !
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As Jerry stated above, the ONLY Delta Darts I'm aware of are model airplanes.
One is a small stick-and-tissue rubber-powered FF airplane marketed directly by the AMA and also by Sig.
The other one is a VERY CHEAP hand-launched molded foam piece of JUNK glider.
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Yes! It looks like this thread has the resources I need. Thank you all!

BTW, has anyone ever built one and does the glider/booster fly well?
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Old 09-13-2016, 04:21 PM
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Yes! It looks like this thread has the resources I need. Thank you all!

BTW, has anyone ever built one and does the glider/booster fly well?


If you trim it correctly, the booster glides quite well. Mine will make pretty tight circles and usually land within 100 feet of the launch pad on either a C5-0 or C6-0.
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On the dart booster sets I got the top of the F100 had a taper to make them more aerodynamic.
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According to carbon4, who worked at FSI, the "supersonic" booster F100-0 had another difference. There was a layer of black powder added on top, held in with nitrocellulose dope.

I suspect that the whole supersonic thing was a bit of a trick. The "boom" was really a "bang," of that charge going off and the tight-fitting D20 popping out.
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