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Old Jan 15, 2007, 08:22 PM
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Everyone has their own definition of what scale is. Unless of course you enter a scale contest and then the rules of the contest will define "what" scale is for that contest. For me I like a plane to be recognizable as a model of it's full scale counterpart. I really don't care if it's perfectly scale and I will change whatever I need to in order to make a plane fly well. If that means adding flaps to a plane that did not have em, so be it if it means a bigger wing or tail then I will do that too (Unless of course I am going to build a plane for the scale masters). I enjoy building and flying and it it does not fly well, to me ther is no point in building it. Unless it's a contest build and fly what you like!
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