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I am looking for replacement parts for my Cloud DSS Copter. Is there another name this copter is sold under or maby the manufacturers name? I need the tail rotor drive gear. Thanks

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Your request was quite a chase with most links pointing back to this forum or to hobby shops where our iwave copter just does not exist.

We do have expert help here to solve our problems but at $12 $16 or $20 this is simply a ridiculous price to pay for one wanting a simple parts manual.

I finally googled iwave+customer support and came up with this link which shows some promise.

I sent an email to the address listed in the link but have not recieved a reply at this writing. What I would like to have is an extra battery pack for the Copter.

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Please feel free to add a "comment" to this as we can keep each other posted on the return mail from

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