SA-2061 Sasha™
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Sasha Parts

SA-2061 Sasha™

Sku: 007271

Looking for a model rocket kit that truly embodies the spirit of hobbyist rocketry? Sasha model rocket is a perfect choice! This high-flying booster rocket offers both durability and scale-like authenticity. Based off a Russian military spaceship, this impressive rocket kit is a must-have for any serious rocket enthusiast.

Equipped with two stages and powered by D or E engines, the Sasha can soar to an impressive 2300 feet high. Once its 18-inch parachute safely returns the main rocket to earth, the booster gently tumbles down to the ground. Moreover, at 31 inches tall, this rocket is sure to command respect when displayed in any collection.

Whether you're a seasoned hobbyist or just starting out, the Sasha is the perfect rocket for pushing your skills and imagination to new heights. So no reason to hesitate, add this rocket kit to your collection today!

  • SKILL LEVEL: An Expert level kit, the SA-2061 Sasha is intended for model rocketeers that have advanced building, finishing and model rocket launching skills.
  • RECOMMENDED ENGINES : D12-5, D12-7, E12-8 Booster : D12-0, E12-0
  • PROJECTED ALTITUDE: 500 ft. (152 m) on a C6-5


The Sasha model rocket kit offers an absolute experience for hobbyists with a passion for model rocketry. Here are some unique features that make the Sasha model rocket kit stand out:

  • The kit includes a detailed assembly guide that helps even newbies put together the rocket with ease.
  • The Sasha rocket features a complete design that looks like a Russian military spaceship. Thus, making it a great addition to any space-themed collection.
  • The two-stage booster system provides a unique challenge for hobbyists who want to take their skills to the next level.
  • The durable and rugged design of the rocket makes it ideal for repeated launches. It also ensures that it can withstand the loads of high-altitude flights.
  • Hobbyists can design the rocket according to their preferences. For example, different colored paints or decals can be used to create a unique design.
  • The two D or E engines, (recommended engines D12-5, D12-7, E12-8) provide enough power to launch the 6.1-ounce rocket to a height of 2300 feet, offering an exciting experience for hobbyists.
  • The 18-inch parachute system ensures a safe descent for the main rocket, while the booster gently tumbles back to the ground.
  • The 31-inch tall rocket is an imposing display piece that will command respect when showcased in any hobbyist's collection.

What You Need to Fly

Porta-Pad E Launch Pad and Pro Series II Launch Controller, 3/16 inch "Maxi" Launch Rod. Estes model rocket engines, starters and recovery wadding.
Six C 1.5V high quality AA alkaline batteries (sold separately)

Technical Specifications

  • Recommended Engines

Rocket : D12-5, D12-7, E12-8
Booster : D12-0, E12-0
  • Launch System

Porta-Pad E
  • Projected Max Altitude

2300 ft. (701 m)
  • Recovery System

18 in. (45.7 cm) Parachute
  • Length

31.5 in. (80 cm)
  • Diameter

1.64 in. (42 mm)
  • Weight

6.1 oz. (172.9 g)
  • Fin Material

Laser Cut Balsa Wood

Needed to Build (sold separately)

Scissors, pencil, ruler, fine sandpaper, carpenter's glue, plastic cement, hobby knife, masking tape, clear tape, primer (white), paint (gray, olive drab, red) and clear coat (optional)
This product recommended for children ages 10+ with adult supervision for those under 12, and rocketeers of all ages.

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Should have made the Booster Fins out of Plastic!

Should have made the Booster Fins out of Plastic!

Fun rocket to launch and build. Utilized the "E" size

Fun rocket to launch and build. Utilized the "E" size engine to launch it. Had a few issues with getting it ignited, but after figuring out you had to bury the igniter deep in the engine pocket it went off without a hitch. Also, need a better fin securing system to the rocket. One broke on the first and second launch. I've contacted ESTES on how to order replacements. Additionally, the rocket engine holder caught fire and burned. Working on rebuilding the engine compartment now and will try the "D" size engines next time to see if the issue continues. The colors on the rocket make it easy to spot going up and coming down.

Ernie building Rockets since the 1970's
Fun Build...a lot of parts for building, but nothing too

Fun Build...a lot of parts for building, but nothing too difficult. If you enjoy building, this will be a fun project. I haven't launched it yet, as I need some extra room for a safe recovery. I used 30 min Z-Poxy for the construction adhesive. Z-Poxy Finishing Resin mixed with Micro Balloons to fill the tube spirals and balsa grain on the fins. Spread on thinly, it does a great job getting ready for sandable primer.