003226 – Hi-Flier® XL

(13 customer reviews)

$21.99

Advanced Skill
(Formerly Skill Level 2)

An upsized replica of the #1 selling Hi-Flier! Powered by C11, D and *E engines, amazing heights can be reached!

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Description

Advanced Skill
(Formerly Skill Level 2)

The name says it all! A sleek sport rocket standing over 30 inches tall, the Hi-Flier XL is an upsized replica of the #1 selling 2178 Hi-Flier. This rocket can heights over 1300 amazing feet.

The Hi-Flier XL flies on C11, D and *E engines and a bright 18 inch parachute brings it back to earth. Plan to fly this one again and again!

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Additional information

Projected Max Altitude

1325 ft. (404 m)

Recovery System

18 in. (46 cm) Parachute

Length

31 in. (78.7 cm)

Diameter

1.64 in. (42 mm)

Estimated Weight

3.5 oz. (99.2 g)

Estimated Assembly Time

2 Hours (painting and glue drying time not included)

Fin Materials

Laser cut wood

Decal Type

Waterslide

Launch System

Porta-Pad II and E Launch Controller

Launch Rod Size

3/16" Maxi Rod (sold separately)

Age Recommendation

Estes model rocketry is recommended for ages 10 and up with adult supervision for those under 12. Unless otherwise specified, all models require assembly. Tools, construction and finishing supplies sold separately. In order to launch, a launch system, model rocket engines, starters and recovery wadding are required – sold separately-unless otherwise specified.

13 reviews for 003226 – Hi-Flier® XL

  1. Rocket Guru

    Great Hi-Flier XL, Estes, from the original Estes Hi-Flier. How about a 29mm motor mount, for a BT-60 up powered and slotted tube for through tube fins, because a 29mm, or 38mm tube will fit. I would put a 38mm motor mount in the BT-60, minimal diameter, with TTF and use motor adapters, for lower impulse motors. Definitely use a launch rail, too much whip in a launch rod, for high impulse 38mm motors. A 3 X 18mm cluster is possible, if your into clustering, using BP motors 3 x C6-5,7 for lower altitudes, or composite motors for really pushing the limit. How about bringing back the Mars Lander, upgraded, Estes? I have 2, but they have both seen better days.

  2. John

    More XLs please?

    Haven’t had a chance to launch my Hi-Flier XL yet but it was a fun build and looks great. More XLs please!? A Crossfire ISX XL or Generic XL would be pretty nifty.

  3. Johnboy

    totally high flying rocket

    i love the look of the fins and it flew so high it went out of sight for ten seconds!

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