MP10 size scale help!!

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  1. Rquiem

    Rquiem Dutchbot

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    Hi guys,

    Can anyone tell me what the size scale of MP10 is? 1/35? 1/30?

    He seems to big for 1/35(Alternity), but to small for the 1/24 (Binaltech).

    I tried to search the forums but I get is scale comparissions to other transformers/lines.


    Help is greatly appreciated!
     
  2. opt1musaber

    opt1musaber Victory Saber's Recruit

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    Smaller than Binaltech? I donno about that. I'm guessing your referring to his alt mode and I'd imagine it'd be at least same size as Binaltech, if not larger. His bot mode is definitely larger than both.
     
  3. Knightdramon

    Knightdramon Hasbro LIES to the US

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    Scales very well with deluxe generations cars and alternities. MP Sideswipe as well.

    So around 1/30--1/35.
     
  4. fonchobarnechea

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    Nope. MP-01 is closer to scale with Alternators/Binaltech, and even then he's just a tiny bit smaller than he should be.
     
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    Now that is a quality response! Good to see someone putting some research into providing help on this one.
     

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