ASP V-2 Flying Model Rocket Kit (24mm version)

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Skill Level 3
This model rocket is very similar to the OOP Centuri SuperScale V2. Like the other ASP V-2 kits, this model has a pre-drilled balsa boattail & balsa nose cone, laser-cut basswood fins and is accurately scaled. Designed primarily to fly on D12 motors, it will also fly outta-sight on a composite E! Also flies great on 18mm Bs and Cs with an 18/24 adapter (not included).

The V-2 ("Vengeance Weapon 2") is perhaps the most famous, and certainly the most infamous, rocket ever built. Designed by Werner von Braun for the Nazi war effort during WWII, the V-2 was the world's first large liquid-fueled rocket. Originally designated the A-4, thousands were built by prisoners during the early 1940s. After the war, many captured V - 2s were flown by the U.S. as well as the Soviet Union. Despite its horrific inception as a weapon of destruction, the V-2 was the forerunner of all the large liquid-fuel rockets which were to follow.

This kit has been recently updated to include an optional quick-change engine hook. Instruction sheets have been updated and re-written as well.

Made in the USA.

Skill Level 3:  Second tier of more advanced kits that require moderate skills in model rocket construction, finishing and painting. Features multiple laser or die cut wood fins and parts, unfinished body tubes, balsa or plastic nose cones, vacuum-formed plastic detailing and step-by-step instructions. These complex designs include scale models, payloaders and multi-stagers that can use D and E engines.


  • Length: 14.125"
  • Diameter: 1.637"
  • Weight: 3.70 oz
  • Recovery: 15" Mylar parachute
  • Nose: Balsa
  • Fins: Laser cut basswood
  • Decals: none
  • Engines: D12-5, E15-7, E20-7, E30-7 (1460 ft), with optional 18/24 adapter: B4-2, B6-2, C6-5

Includes:  1 - model rocket kit and instructions.

Note:  This model rocket kit requires assembly. Glue, finishing supplies, engines and a launch system with a 3/16" launch rod are not included. Model rocketry is recommended for ages 10 and up with adult supervision for those under 12.

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