Leviathan
Leviathan
Leviathan

Leviathan

Sku: 009700
$89.99
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The Leviathan Pro Series II rocket kit is a great choice for those wishing to make the leap to become mid-power rocketeers. The sturdy yet light design, with its through-wall fin mounting, can withstand multiple launches on our 29mm engines. The Leviathan adds a thrilling element to any launch, reaching heights of up to 1000 feet with laser-cut plywood fins and a secure parachute recovery system. Now available for a limited time only, make sure to add it to your collection!

  • SKILL LEVEL: The Leviathan is an Intermediate level rocket that will help a budding rocketeer develop some basic model building and finishing skills.
  • RECOMMENDED ENGINES: F15-4
  • PROJECTED ALTITUDE: 1000 ft (304.8 m) on a F15-4
  • RECOVERY SYSTEM: 24 in (60 cm) Nylon parachute

Overview

The Pro Series II line is back for a limited time! The Leviathan stands an impressive 41.5 inches tall and can soar upwards of 1000 ft! This classic and much-loved giant was first introduced in 2011 as a part of the Pro Series II line which features more substantial rockets often used in NAR certifications! The Leviathan has through the wall fin mounting and handsome laser cut fins. An awesome feature to this series is the new quick release engine retention system. Though massive looking, the construction of this kit is not too difficult. Building and finish work can easily be accomplished over a few days. Sure to be a crowd pleaser, the Leviathan is just waiting to be added to your collection! It's a stunning model with a largeĀ engine capacity and plenty of power to reach impressive altitudes. From the novice to the expert, this kit will provide hours of challenging and rewarding building and flying.

The Leviathan Flies AgainĀ for a Limited Time!

An imposing silhouette, the Leviathan stands a massive 41.5 in (105.4 cm) inches tall and can soar upwards of 1000 ft! The Leviathan is finished with laser cut -plywood fins, screw on motor retainer, and an impressive nylon parachute recovery system. Built for performance and durability, these components ensure a smooth, secure flight path every time. At the end of the flight, the parachute ensures a gentle return to the ground.

What You Need to Fly

Pro Series Launch Pad, Pro Series Launch Controller, 1/4" Launch Rod, Estes Engines and Pro Series Recovery Wadding.

Technical Specifications

  • Recommended Engines

F15-4
  • Launch System

Pro Series Launch Pad
  • Projected Max Altitude

1000 ft
  • Recovery System

24 in. (60.96 cm) Parachute
  • Length

41.5 in (105.4 cm)
  • Diameter

3 in (7.6 cm)
  • Weight

17.5 oz (496.1 g)
  • Fin Material

Laser Cut Plywood

Needed to Build (sold separately)

Scissors, Pencil, Ruler, Fine Sandpaper, Carpenters Glue, Epoxy, Modeling Knife, Masking Tape, Paint & Primer
18+

Customer Reviews

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Nelson
Huge upgrade.

This is a big rocket šŸš€. Canā€™t wait to see it launch/fly. 29mm engines are new to me, very excited. The reason I gave it 4 stars- no stickers were included with this kit. Come on Estes, throw in a sheet of stickers.

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T. L. Stump
Classic Pro Series II 3" Rocket - I'm a Fan!

It's good to see yet another PSII builder's kit back. This one is a good strong bird, with sturdy, well-fitting components. It goes together very well. I recommend adding a length of kevlar cord between the body and the elastic to help avoid nose kick-back damage. Also, use plenty of epoxy fillets between the fins and body, inside and out if you're going to fly with composites. Your Leviathan will be built to last. Otherwise, this PSII kit great as is. I've built two Leviathans, one decorated like a Patriot M104 (fins clipped and nose weight added), and one decorated in white and black like the old classic North Coast Falcon X000 series (modified to just 3 fins). Fly the Leviathon with the F15-4 and it's like watching a really majestic Big Bertha! Moreover, being so sturdy, this bird zips along well on about any motor you can fit in it. Just be sure you have an appropriate delay. Rail guides (or buttons) and a Chute-Release are advised with bigger motors to help you get it back!