I’ll definitely make sure to pick up a jolly logic chute release. I have a delay tool I was using for the PRO29s (odd numbers) and it says it also works with 38. I’ll make sure to bring my laptop to the field, and re-simulate with the real weight.
I have requested a copy of all the forms and supporting documents needed from the NAR. Your postings indicate that you are aware of the requirements and are doing a very good job of preparation. Just a reminder of a few important things that you already know:
1. Proof of NAR membership
2. Filled out NAR Jr High Power Application signed by a parent or guardian.
3. Each and every flight flown as a certified Jr Level 1 flier must have a NAR Level 1 or higher certified member as your sponsor.
4. You are not allowed to handle the high power motor.
Good luck. We are looking forward to seeing your successful flight!