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View Poll Results: What do you want the 15 to be?
Two Seats 79 45.14%
Four Seats 61 34.86%
Six Seats 11 6.29%
Low and slow 44 25.14%
As fast as the rest (Just high wing) 65 37.14%
Tandem 20 11.43%
Side-by-side 88 50.29%
Gas guzzer with huge payload 22 12.57%
Light and efficient, 200 ft takeoff roll 64 36.57%
This poll is stupid 49 28.00%
Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 175. You may not vote on this poll

 
 
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Old 08-12-2021, 08:05 PM
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I wonder how representative the current Vans Air Force population is of the market for the RV15 anyway. Most of us here have already self selected into fast sport planes vs big tire high wings, so do they try to appeal to their current customer base or expand into the STOL crowd that would otherwise be over on the Kitfox and Rans forums about now?
Haha yep, these polls/discussions are the definition of bias. Another good example I can use in the classroom.

That being said, they are entertaining as it's fun to speculate/want.
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