The motor guide allows you to quickly find motors that will work for a rocket; see the help page for more info.
If you create a rocket, you can run the guide more easily in future as well as have more options.
Here are the 10 most recently created public rockets entered by other people you can try out.
|Name||Body Diam||Weight||MMT Diam||MMT Len||Owner|
|5" Mercury Redstone||5.00 in||10.00 lb||54 mm||25.00 in||Michael Lehmann|
|5.5" LOC Goblin||5.50 in||10.00 lb||54 mm||20.00 in||Michael Lehmann|
|Piercer - 3"||3.00 in||145.0 oz||54 mm||36.00 in||Robert Campbell|
|Pie R Squared DD||2.60 in||46.0 oz||38 mm||8.00 in||David Tepatti|
|Victor DD||3.00 in||78.0 oz||38 mm||25.00 in||David Tepatti|
|ACME Cartoon Rocket||4.00 in||64.0 oz||38 mm||15.00 in||David Tepatti|
|LOC Magnum 3.0||3.10 in||30.0 oz||29 mm||1,000 mm||Mitch Barlow|
|LOC Goblin||4.00 in||45.3 oz||54 mm||1,000 mm||Mitch Barlow|
|Super Commanche 3||2.00 in||2.00 lb||29 mm||15.00 in||Shawn Snyder|
|MAC 3FNC||4.00 in||1,399 g||38 mm||20.00 in||Philip Dougan|
Search public rockets for more to try out.