The best suspension in the light sport aircraft industry… by far!
Introducing The Black Ops Shock
A direct bolt-on replacement for most bungee and spring landing gear systems
Heat treated, coated chromoly top attachment point with option of spherical bearing or eccentric bushing for optimal clearance
7075 aircraft grade aluminum body black anodized for corrosion resistance
Separate chambers to segregate gas from damping fluid to ensure 100 percent consistent rebound control
Bottom retainer cap with internal linear bearing and four shaft sealing surfaces
Stainless Steel Shaft
Proprietary medical grade, hybrid, stainless steel shaft; extremely corrosion resistant; tested to 5,500 lb. side load force with minimal deflection
3-piece, self lubricating, heat treated steel alloy rod ends that are zinc plated and chromate treated for corrosion resistance; rated to 19,000 lbs
the strongest, lightest shocks on the market
• Sandbars Next To Bears
• African Savannah Next To Hyenas
• Craggy Mountains next to Shaggy Goats
• Somewhere in Canada next to Sasquatch
Cleaner, Cutting Edgier, Cooler.
So You Can Land Shorter, Land Softer & Land Safer.
never accept less than the best
Live… A Lot
Acme Aero clients know who they are–travelers who live life to the fullest, badasses, connoisseurs of cat videos. They’ll give you the shirt off their own back. Our clients appreciate the skill and expertise that is put into building the best landing suspension in the world. We make our shocks to not only be excellent but to look excellent. We have a passion for this stuff and for the people that love this stuff as much as we do.
Why Accept Bad Landing Gear On Your Plane?
Suspension on an airplane is an afterthought by the manufacturers. So they put a bungee system on the airplane that has no dampening whatsoever and send it on. You’re smart because you understand how suspension plays into making the aircraft safer and perform better. There is no one single piece of aftermarket equipment you can put on your aircraft that will change the way it lands as drastically as our shocks.