|Final weight (no payload, no motors)||95 g|
|Fin thickness||0.1 cm|
|Fin adhesive||Plastic cement|
|Body material||cardboard tube|
|Body adhesive (for bulkheads, couplers, mount points)||Plastic cement/Titebond III|
|CP (from nose)||62.8 cm|
|Recovery method||single main parachute|
|Recovery - Drogue trigger||N/A|
|Recovery - Main trigger||motor delay ejection|
|Launch weight||166 g (1.6 N)|
|Average thrust-to-weight ratio||7.5|
|Predicted rail exit velocity (4ft rod)||11.1 m/s|
|Electronics||custom - telemetry (917MHz)/recording only (no flight operations)|
|CG (from nose)||43.7 cm|
A slightly modified Estes Amazon. 4 small pressure ports were drilled around the base of the payload tube. The nose cone was held on with a pair of nylon screws (nylon nuts were attached to the inside of the hollow nose cone with E6000).
The electronics were mounted on a custom laser-cut plywood sled.
A plain green was used for the majority of the rocket, with a short fade into yellow for the fins and fin can. Several coats of clear gloss were applied to provide protection.