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The Turbo Tracker is a rocket-capable paper airplane with 4 nacelles for engines or cargo. This plane is also able to fly without rockets if you choose not to use engines. With or without propulsion, the 4 pods beneath the wing give this plane a cool appearance.

TAA USAF Designation: X67-1

Step 1: Materials

Required:
1 Piece of 8.5 by 11 inch Paper
Tape
Optional:
2-4 Rocket Engines
Scissors
Pencil

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I made one but it always stalls at the nose tell me what can I do?
you should put a paper clip on the nose
Well, you may want to increase weight in the nose and/or cut elevators and give them a downwards deflection.
Please tell us how to make a rocket engine
I cannot post a rocket engine design for reasons of safety, experience, and liability. I caution use of rockets, but if you truly wish to use one, I believe 1 bottle rocket should be powerful enough for this airplane.

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