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Guangzhou Wanda Theme Park | Guangzhou | Theme Park

Discussion in 'Park Construction' started by Ian, Nov 13, 2016.

  1. CrashCoaster

    CrashCoaster Formerly ATI CF Award Winner 2016

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    I think you might be right, but I think they may be the same as the new ones on California Screamin'.
     
  2. Hixee

    Hixee Flojector Staff Member Administrator Moderator CF Award Winner 2016

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    I think they only went for the LIMs again as most of the hardware supporting those was already in place. How much of the trains remained the same during the change? LIM > LSM would affect the trains, launch fins, control systems, supporting electrical infrastructure, etc. Sounds like a lot of stuff to change if you can just re-use a good chunk of it.

    In terms of NEW coasters, I think LSM LIM is pretty much dead.

    Edit: Typo fixed.
     
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    I'm assuming it's the same setup as the sitdown

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    Really? Aren't new coasters like Taiga, Taron, Red Force, Lightning Rod etc using LSM? Or am I missing your point?
     
  5. roomraider

    roomraider Best Topic Starter CF Award Winner 2016

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    Judging by the content of the rest of the post that is probably a typo and he means LIM is dead.
     
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    Ah didn't even think of it being a typo, that does make sense of the post.
     
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    Yeah, typo - sorry for the confusion! :)
     
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    I'm assuming the person who picked the paint scheme is colourblind. :p
     
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    Are there any other examples of a coaster merging intamins new gen & old gen track. It's very curious and I don't think I've seen it before; I didn't even think they were the same gauge.
     
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    I wonder how well this thing will duel, what with a triple rocking launch and everything. The invert is gunna be the faster one, as the loop is much bigger, so it’s gunna be interesting to see how they sync it up, or ev. if they’ll sync it up at all.

    I’m not sure how, or why, that paint scheme was ever approved. It had such potential to be an awesome looking ride, but they’ve just made it look horrendous. Not only do the two colours they’ve chosen clash, the janky way the supports are coloured just looks stupid.
     

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