What scale are all the different classes?

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  1. John_Force

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    I'm curious as to what scale the Legends are.
     
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    It al depends on the size of the original vehicle. Legends Jetfire and Optimus Prime don't share a scale, because the SR-71 is much larger than a truck but still their Legends versions are about the same size.
     
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    i may be incorrect to even this, and if i am i shall be corrected, but to the best of my knowledge the only Transformers built to any specific scale ( as in Scale Models) were the alternators as there alt modes were real world vehicles the live action movie figures are the same but i have seen nothing to show they were built to any kind of scale
     
  4. John_Force

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    I must have said it wrong.
    What scale are the different classess of transformers.
    1/3000th for legends?
     
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    I'm having a hard time imagining how big legends magnified 3000x would be...
     
  6. Nevermore

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    Again, toys in the same size class don't necessarily have the same scale.

    For example, Movie Voyager Blackout is about the same scale as Legends Bumblebee and Jazz.

    Which is obviously a different scale than Legends Blackout or Voyager Optimus Prime.
     
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    You can't put a whole class as 1/whatever scale. In real life, Mudflap and Skidz are smaller vehicles than a peterbilt. But In the Legends, Skidz and Mudflap are bigger than Optimus Prime. Just for that comparison you can't give the legends class an appropriate scale. And then factor in Tankor and Jetfire and watch a mathmaticians head explode.
     
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  8. DJ Soundwave

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    The Legend Cars like Jazz, Sideswipe, Skids,Mudflap, Bumblebee...... they are all 1:64th scale .
     
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    Even that isn't entirely right.

    Jazz should be smaller than Bumblebee, since a Pontiac Solstice is a comparatively tiny car.
     
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    The best answer to this is simply: "They aren't"
     

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