AirTimeRC Products

AirTimeRC Products Breakdown                                                                

AirTimeRC Skid Review
AirTimeRC Introduction (BREAK THIS!!)
AirTime Skids How to Assemble
How to Fit Struts, Skids, and a Little More Info
AirTime Skids Tips and Tricks
Fitting Fatter Cells Into Nano Struts
300 Bullet Proof Blade mCP X Skids. Will Hold the 550 mah Too!!
AirTime Skids More Information
AirTime Blade mCP X
AirTime Blade Nano CP X Low Profile Landing Gear
AirTime Blade Nano CP X 240-350 Series Landing Gear
AirTime Blade mCP X BL Landing Gear

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AirTimeRC Products Review

Landing gear from AirTimeRC Products are a must for anyone that owns a Blade micro rc helicopter.  We all know that one of the biggest irritating aspects about the helis is the stock landing skids.  They break fairly quickly.  Broken skids will cause you to take off any way but up if the are leaning due to damage.  Some busted beyond repair forcing some us to wait for replacements in the mail that can take days, since we cannot take off or land without landing gear.

We spend time gluing and heat sinking them back together, just for them to last only a few flights.  I have one of those huge zip lock bags full of broken mCP X skids.  I look at it from time to time and imagine the lost money contained in that bag.  Yes, I said, “from time to time.”  I do not mess with the broken skids anymore.  The bag just sits in my parts bin neglected, because I found the affordable solution for our landing skid woes.

That solution was created by AirTimeRC Products.  These skids were created with a magical material that just will not break.  I have had a set on my brushless Blade mCP X for over eight months now and they are still rockin’!!!!  I am completely serious.  I am a rc heli newb, and crash still every time I fly.  If AirTimeRC Skids can last me for more than eight months, they will last for anyone else.  You want these, because they are going to save you time and money, plus the low profile skids to the right look freakin’ mean!  I highly recommend them and you will not regret the purchase even if you just have a set as a backup.  They are a rock solid investment hands down.

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AirTimeRC Introduction (BREAK THIS!!)

 

 

 

AirTime Skids How to Assemble

 

 

 

How to Fit Struts, Skids, and a Little More Info


AirTime Skids Tips and Tricks

 

 

 

Fitting Fatter Cells Into Nano Struts

 

 

 


300 Bullet Proof Blade mCP X Skids.  Will Hold the 550 mah Too!!

 

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AirTime Skids More Information

Are they really bullet proof?  Hell yeah!!  Are they invincible?  Almost, if you do not assemble them as per the instructions above there is a possibility of them breaking.  Anyway here is my birds with these skids.  As soon as AirTime makes them I get them and never look back.

Blade mCP X High and Low Profiles

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With batteries of this shape you will want to cut off the side tabs for a more center of gravity fit to make your heli level in flight.
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Close ups on the bird,  low profiles and high profiles.
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AirTime Blade Nano CP X Low Profile

These skids are AirTimeRC’s best yet.  Extremely solid and simplicity at its best!  If I had 30 Nano’s, I would need 30 sets of these skids for sure!

These change up the game a bit.  You do not have to trip the posts on these skids.  They are ready to fit your frames out of the envelope.  There are a few things you need to know to get to know these awesome skids.  Here is what you will see out of the package.
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This is important to get the back and front right.
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It is easier to grip the top of the skid with needle nose pliers, then push the battery support on.  Pinch the top and not the sides.  It does not take a lot of pressure to hold it still so be light on the pliers.
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Here is another way of attaching the rails.  This is Rich’s suggestion.
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You want to trim the tabs off of your stock battery.  This will help you install the battery with the skid on your heli.  You can use an Xacto knife or wire cutters which is what I used in the pictures.
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Load your battery from the back.  It slides right through.
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On the Heli.  Freakin’ mean!
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Unloading the battery with the skids on the heli from the back.  They slip right through.
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AirTime Blade Nano CP X 240-350 Series Landing Gear

Again, another rock solid product from AirTimeRC Products.  Before I received the actual landing gear I was using Blade mCP X Low Profile skids on my brushless Nano.  The did the job, but the battery would often fall out during a crash.  The 240-350 series landing gear from AirTimeRC Products has the perfect fit for the Hyperion 240 mah battery.  Additionally there is no more trimming the mounting pins either.  Just slap them together, put them on your Nano, and fly.  It is that easy.  Check them out!
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Here is a close up of the front and back.  Do not get them mixed up.
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They do fit snug and tight without trimming onto the stock frame.  The pictures I took did not come out well, but take my word for it.  They fit the stock frame.  Now for the Rakon frame you will need to modify them a little for them to fit.  I gave them 2 swipes all 4 corners and 2 swipes over the front and back of the mounting pins with a Xacto Knife.  I also had to shave off a little of the right side in order to make them fit on my Rakon frame.  If you are going to fit them to the Rakon frame just take your time.  1 swipe all around and then try it.  This will ensure that they are extra tight on the frame.  My results below.
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The Hyperion 240 mah battery slides right in from the back to meet the front strut.
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Battery fully installed and seated.  Done and ready to go!!!
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AirTime Blade mCP X BL Landing Gear (V3 Series)

I know that was quick right?  The heli has only been out for a couple of weeks and here we are.  A set of awesome skids for it.
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Here is a close up of the front and back.  Do not get them mixed up.
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Here they are on the stock skid with nothing on the frame to give you a better look.  Notice the hooks on the front strut that clamp over the top of the mounting base.  This is to keep your battery from pulling your landing gear off in flight.  Pretty nifty feature if I do say so myself.
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With these skids the notch in the back strut is to make installing your battery easier since you have to start at an angle and shoot for the middle, up to the front strut.
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Battery fully seated.
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With the canopy installed.
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Of course I have to be different and abandoned my stock frame for the Microheli Advanced X Frame for the mCP X.  Unfortunately I had to trim off the hooks for it to fit and as I did pray that I will not have to go back to the stock frame someday.  I hated trimming them down, but it had to be done in my case.  Good news is that the skids fit, but only time will tell if the front will stay in the frame after a few crashes.  I will let you know of course.  The back of the skids fit fine without trimming.  The front strut is the only part that you have to modify.
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Battery installed.
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First with the stock canopy.
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Now with the Xtreme Canopy (Type C).
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