LiKwid wrote:I just fit the appendage kit on my ROTF superion and I still had to take the inner wings of the warthogs off to make it look right ..His legs being so far apart just ruined how the kit made the feet look...
That's why they designed the inner feet to twist in such a way. The way Has/Tak designed Superion Maximus was the problem. We're all using an alternate mode that Hasbro did not think we would use. The feet-apart syndrome is because of the fact they (hasbro) wants us to use one A-10, and one F-22 as legs. To make an F-22 a leg makes it wider than the A-10. In order for him to stand, the legs have to be set wide apart. Even in the Superlink instructions, they use one A-10, and F-22. However, they use parts from Bruticus Maximus on the back of the box reminiscent to Scramble City's switching between Superion and Menasor, except they use parts from Bruticus Maximus.
The weight of the add-on kit's feet is what saves the day. the rudders on the A-10s also keep it from having a slightly closed leg position. I usually turn a leg at an angle to bring them close together, but it looks funky to me. The wide leg pose reminds me of the old Japanese super robot shows where the robots have the same pose at times.
Still, thanks to Peaugh's alternate arm configuration, I will get the gray set for the ROTF version.