Roger Simmonds

Roger Simmonds, owner of Jetex.org

One rule for one it seems?

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It seems strange to me that Jetex stuff is apparently sold on eBay and, by all accounts, posted off to the lucky winner, without the restrictions that apparently apply to Rapiers. I have bought motors and pellets on eBay with good results.

Fuse, though, is definitely dodgy – to buy and to post – and some of the old stuff doesn't burn very well. I am told that Dr Zigmund is 'on the case' so if I hear anything I'll let you know. Meanwhile, I guard the good fuse I do have – the test is to see if it stays lit through a Jetex nozzle – and hope somebody clever comes up with an electric igniter.

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This nice item appeared on eBay recently, but will the fuse (right) still work?

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  • Michael Fedder
    Michael Fedder Tuesday, 04 February 2014

    A battery powered Bovie Cautery (used by surgeons to cauterize blood vessels) should work. Shorty's Basement in the US used to carry the Bovie devices. They are currently available from medical supply companies.

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  • Michael Fedder
    Michael Fedder Tuesday, 04 February 2014

    I should add the Bovie Cautery could be used as an electric igniter.

  • jim free
    jim free Wednesday, 12 February 2014

    Hi out there.
    Iv`e found in the past that the cautery tool is great for 50 size motors but no good for Paa Loader, or Jet master as the probe is too short.
    Not too good for L3, and L4 motors either (these are personal findings)
    Jim F

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    Smithd329 Tuesday, 24 March 2015

    Okay this YouTube video is much enhanced than last one, this one has pleasant picture feature as well as audio. ebceebebgddafkeg

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