for itself in stock landing gear replacement costs.
SuperSkids, we use only the highest quality parts and
injection molding, and the most advanced
little fun in the office with my son and a couple friends
while testing the new prototype flybar paddles. Can't go too
high, though, or we'll blow all the papers off the desks! This
video gives you an idea of how your heli will perform with
SuperSkids products. Except for the landing gear and
SuperPack1300 LiPo, this heli is STOCK.
SuperSkids battery tray is fully adjustable to take almost any
size stock or Li-Poly battery. It slides back and forth so you
can get just the right balance on your helicopter. You can use
the supplied battery mounts or the stock battery mounts if you
The pictures below show the newest version
(Rev.3) of SuperSkids Landing Gear® on
a bare micro helicopter frame. The helicopter frame is
not included. Any parts you see in the pictures below that are
already on your helicopter, are not included. If
you're still unsure about what's included, see the parts list
picture below for a complete list of parts that are included
in the kit.
fiber pattern is a water transfer applied over the flexible plastic
wing and fin.
Landing Gear includes easy to follow installation instructions.
includes everything shown in the picture above
including the tail wing, tail saver bead, tail boom struts,
antenna tube, new battery mount (old battery holder can still
be used), landing gear, skids, mounting plates, screws and
even a nice, step-by-step instruction manual that’s easy to
follow. You can install SuperSkids without the manual, but it’s
there just in case. The kit comes partially assembled and only
weighs 1 1/2 ounces.
Landing Gear® in white on a Honeybee CP2
SuperSkids Landing Gear® is engineered to work with
your stock NiMH battery pack.
made this video to show that your helicopter should perform
well with SuperSkids Landing Gear even with the stock NiMH
battery pack that was standard in most older helicopter
models. This NiMH pack was taken out of a 2 month old
helicopter box, never used before and not even charged. Your
fully charged NiMH pack should have about 10 volts. As you can
see, this one only had 8.9v when we started the test. The heli
used in the test has stock motors, gears, blades and 4in1.
It's a heli I had on our test bench that was scheduled for
setup (check gear mesh, balance and track blades, check center
of gravity, set trims, etc.). You can see that it took me a
few seconds to get it under control because the setup
wasn't started yet. If this heli can perform this way, yours
should, too. If yours doesn't, you should go over your setup.
in white (SLG300WT) or black & silver
instruction manual was printed before these models were released.)
CP Pro 2
Blade CP Pro 2 comes with a tail fin instead of the 2mm carbon
fiber (CF) tail rod that came with previous models. You can
still use the tail fin and bead from your SuperSkids landing
gear kit, but you need to remove the stock tail fin and install
a 2mm CF rod. The spot to install it on the tail housing is
still there (see picture below). You can use one of the stock
landing gear legs for this. If you need to cut it shorter, use a
razor, saw, or Dremel cut-off tool. Don't try to snip it off.