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View Poll Results: A poll
Fundango
13.33%
Micro Whizz
6.67%
Headwind "B"
13.33%
Super Sportster
6.67%
AT-6 Texan
6.67%
Ju-87 Stuka
6.67%
Little Toni
20.00%
Christen Eagle II
6.67%
P-51D Mustang
13.33%
Ultimate!
6.67%
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Which One?

Old 07-25-2006, 09:06 PM
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What of these Great Planes planes should I make mini?
Old 07-25-2006, 09:22 PM
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If you would like you can leave a reason as to why you voted for that perticular plane.
Old 07-25-2006, 10:13 PM
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where's the p-38j lightning! its one of the greatest ww-2 planes ever!
Old 07-25-2006, 10:16 PM
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Well I thought about it but Micro Builder has already made it so I didnt think very many people would follow up on the build.
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Micro Builder has made lots of planes so now I'm resorting to making a full size into a mini! I dont think I could possibly build as many planes as Micro Builder way to go man!
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I like the headwind "b" because of its oldtimer looks and its sorta a slow flyer.
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Sorry I forgot to mention I dont really want a slow flyer its not going to use AA guts either. For the most part I'm just going to make the plane half to 1/3 the size of what it is normally. I will probably use a 280-400 motor for the nitro ones and a 180-280 for the electric ones. The tools I will need for building will be no problem as my dad is a carpenter so I will have access to all the tools I need and then some. Building materials are an issue right now because my dad doesnt use balsa for anything so he has none and no where in town has any so I have to wait until probably the 15th to get some balsa etc.
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Why isnt anyone voting for this?
Old 07-27-2006, 04:02 AM
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ORIGINAL: lil_man_maas

What of these Great Planes planes should I make mini?
You want to know why you are getting low response? I for one do not understand what the poll is about. Are you planning to manufacture a kit? By mini are you talking about scaling something down? Why would I care?

Sorry, this may be obvious to you but not to me, but I don't visit this forum very often so I may not understand what Mini means.
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If no one else gets what I am trying to do I'm just doing what micro builder has done but I am going to take it into more detail.

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