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Different runners on the AS350B2 Ecureuil?

I noticed that the helicopter(s) used in both scenes have different runner tips. I assume the one in the first screenshot is the actual N450CC since it has those runners in Live Free or Die Hard, and the other is a stand-in with a false reg. Or is it the same helicopter both times, just with different landing gear? - Kooshmeister

Longer front runner tips, shorter back ones.
Shorter front runner tips, longer back ones.
Nice spot. I see what you mean but don't know what the answer is. I would say the second one is a different chopper but I don't understand why. You could put a note on the picture description pointing out the difference as fun fact. Also, N450CC was also in Mission: Impossible II - Bthebest - IMPDb Administrator 04:33, 30 January 2011 (MST)
Looks like this guy gets around. N450CC was also in Live Free or Die Hard - Tobin Lee 17:42, 30 January 2011 (MST)
It's the N230CA of the new millennium! - Kooshmeister