CTI

CTI Pro98 GEN 2 Hardware Now Available From Sunward

We are please to have available the new hardware in the Pro98 line for CTI motors.

These cases are now one piece and no longer have a piece attached on the thrust end of the case at the factory.

The Forward Closure and the Nozzle Holder are interchangable but the new Retaining Ring and the new Rear Retaining Ring are not. Threads are different.

All parts are now available online from Sunward:
www.sunward1.com/cti-pro-98-hardware

Black Friday Sale Up to 30% off CTI Hardware

We are pleased to offer up to 30% off all CTI hardware and select nose cones:

Hardware:
www.sunward1.com/cesaroni-technology

and related parts:
www.sunward1.com/plastic-nose-cones.htm

Prices have already been reduced online and are valid until the end of Monday Night November 30, 2015.

Pro54 and Pro98 Hardware Re-Stock at CTI

CTI now has a full re-stock on Pro54 and Pro98 hardware.

Available for same or next day shipping!

Pro54 spacers will be available shortly.

Available online:
www.sunward1.com/cesaroni-technology

New Cesaroni Hardware Now Available

We are pleased to announce new hardware are now available from CTI for the Pro-X line of high power motors.

These include the 2 Grain Pro24 case at a special introductory price and a new Pro75 Boat Tail.

Hardware is available:
www.sunward1.com/cesaroni-technology

Cesaroni CTI Pro98 Boat Tail Now Available

We are please to announce the availability of the Pro98 Boat Tail and Pro98 Adapter ring.

The Pro98 Boat Tail is a new feature for use for XL styles motors and requires the Pro98 Adapter ring.

www.sunward1.com/pro98-boat-tail

www.sunward1.com/pro98-adapter-ring-boat-tail

Elmer's Polyurethane Ultimate Glue Now Available

Required for some CTI Pro75 and Pro98 motor bonding.  Now available.

http://www.sunward1.com/elmers-ultimate-polyurethane-glue

Certification Testing

I had the pleasure of helping to do the certification test for a new "O" motor from CTI.  By comparison, an "O" motor has 20,480.01 to 40,960.00 Installed Total Impulse (Newton-Seconds).  Compared to a "B" motor which has 2.51 to 5.00 total thrust - a factor of 8192 times ( 213).  Or, in other words, an "O" motor is equivalent to 8,192 "B" motors.  Yes, a big one.

Dr. Jeroen Louwers and Bob Pouliot were also present for the testing.

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