I would like the Minisport better with a bigger wing... it is a very zippy little thing.If somebody is thinking of building a mini -max. If I was them, I would also look at the SD mini sport.
Didn't mean to steal your find. But yes it is a very interesting little commuter. Cheap, fast, cool looking but probably outside my skillset to built a good one. Me and composites... it would end up with a lumpy finish. Acutally, anything I built would either take a lifetime or would be crooked on completion.That is the fold and glue aeroplane... Interesting eh. I started a thread on this machine recently on this site.
Comparable on price.Both complete would come in at a similar price I think Give or take a couple of thousand.I had a bit of a look at the SD Mini Sport... mostly out of curiosity. However, I don't know that the MiniSport planes and the Mini Sport are really comparable... maybe the full enclosed Eros is, but really, they are different classes of machine (in my mind, at least). Personally, I will buy a two-seater something (already built) later this year or early next. A build will wait until I have something else already flying... and then the motivation must also be there.But for straight up cool-factor... if you are interested in single seat and the SD Mini Sport is of interest... then so too might the Pro Composites Personal Cruiser
But hey, only the MiniMax are offering free plans... and the other two are no-where near as cheap as the MiniMax.
The Mini Max planes have options for much smaller and cheaper motors though.. that alone could make a rather significant difference in cost. But I take your point... at one end of the scale there isn't much difference...Comparable on price.Both complete would come in at a similar price I think Give or take a couple of thousand.