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Some Exceptional Deals on Quest Aerospace Products

BP Hobbies has some Quest products, including motors and a few OOP kits, at closeout prices.

Quest is selling their Aerospace One kit at 50% off the list price on their web site.

 

 

 

 

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RCS, Inc. (Aerotech) and Quest Aerospace, Inc. Announce Merger

RCS Information Release

July 18, 2013 RCS, Inc. and Quest Aerospace, Inc. Announce Merger

RCS Rocket Motor Components (RCS), Inc. President Gary C. Rosenfield announced today that the two companies have successfully completed a corporate merger. Quest Aerospace, Inc. will be closing its Colorado facility and moving its operations to the RCS facility in Cedar City, Utah. Rosenfield will remain as RCS President, and Bill Stine current President of Quest will become Vice President of RCS.

“The two companies have nearly identical manufacturing operations and the merging of the two operations into one is a major cost savings for us”, said Quest Aerospace President Bill Stine.

Quest is widely known as a leader in the beginner and education markets for model rockets. Its kit designs and rocket motors are geared for the entry-level rocketeer. The RCS/AeroTech line of mid to high-power products starts right where the Quest line leaves off. “We will be the

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Quest Shuttle Intrepid Model Rocket Kit – 45% off at Amazon.com – Offered Expired

Here’s another deal I found with the Rocketry Deal Finder. Amazon has the Quest Shuttle Intrepid kit at 45% off list price. It is eligible for free “Super Saver Shipping” (on orders over $25) and for free two-day Amazon Prime shipping.

Quest to Offer Composite Motors

Bill Stine, of Quest Aerospace, just “spilled the beans,” revealing that Quest is working on getting the proper paperwork in place to import composite rocket motors manufactured by Klima GmbH. Kilma is a fireworks manufacturer and model rocket retailer in Germany.

The new motors are single-use, end-burning composite motors in cardboard casings. The motors will be available in 18mm, 24mm, and 29mm diameters to fit standard size motor mounts. Subject to certification, the initial motors will be:

D7 (18mm) E18 (24mm) F14 (24mm) F24 (29mm)

The motors will have delays and ejection charges though booster versions will be available. The motors will come with Quest’s Q2G2 igniters.

The best estimate is that the motors will be available in the Fall of 2012.