Discussion in 'Roller Coaster Construction' started by CSLKennyNI, Apr 8, 2017.
It looks cool. I especially like the looks of that funky overbank. Should be a good mix of forces.
I think it's designed to pull a longer duration of 0g / hangtime when compared with normal dive drops.
So literally what I said then Glad you agree.
I disagree with how you worded it .
Less positives is (ironically) a negative way of saying "more negatives g's"
New picture from a news article.
Hmm well I guess it is pretty adorable.
I love how tight that loop & zero-g combo is! It should make for some Schwarzkopf-level forces in that vertical loop there!
Well isn't that an odd little thing!
Gotta love how the market for small coasters has grown and improved over the years. Maybe one day all Vekoma Boomerangs will have been replaced with these, SkyRocket IIs and Raptors.
What exactly defines a 'small' coaster?
I do think that people are forgetting that this is 144ft tall and 1,600ft long. It's not THAT small - it's just that some of the inversions make it look smaller than it actually is.
Or for the rest of the world: It's going to be 44m high and 500m long. Not what I'd consider small.
500m long is small for a track length. 44 metres isn't short for a height though.
Here is an awesome construction update by the park!
Also, here is a lift hill topping-off time-lapse:-
The ride structure is now complete, and it looks epic!
This looks great! Smaller parks in America should take notes (looking at you, Fun Spot).
What a sexy shade of red.
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