I had an original Centuri Mach 10 years ago. I don't remember how it flew or if I even launched it.
This is a clone kit from More Rockets to be built for a client.
Most of the parts were good quality, Some parts were questionable.
The instructions were copies of the old Centuri art. I don't know how clone vendors get away with this. Unless a Copyright has run out, these materials are still owned by Estes.
The two launch lugs were two different lengths.
The engine hook isn't spring steel. The upper bend isn't a 90 degree angle.
The engine block spacer was a split BT-20, a clever idea for an easy slide into the BT-20 central tube.
The nose cone was an original Centuri part made to fit the slightly larger ST-7 tube.
The kit includes a BT-20 central engine mount tube. The shoulder of the Centuri nose cone won't fit the supplied tube!
I'll have to substitute an Estes 20 sized plastic nose cone with the correct shoulder diameter.
The decals are printed on a white decal sheet.
I wouldn't want to use the stars and bars decal in the center. The star isn't symmetrical.