^^ Ah, I missed that. :--D
roomraider said:peep said:A Takabisha clone? OMG, where for?
And yay for track being ready.
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To be honest the evidence posted on the TPR post is a little thin that it's a clone, The support on the right of the first picture does seem to match up with the tower drop on Takabisha and the tower section to the left of the pic suggests Eurofighter. Theres also a crapload of the track there so whatever it is going to be huge. Assuming Gerst arent making new eurofighter layouts anymore then Takabisha is the only likely clone with that much track. Or so I think their thinking goes.
The 4 rail track is pretty rare for Gerst too right? Takabisha has some on the Bannana Roll but not sure about any others?
Either way no idea where its going at all. There is a photo of dark red track around somewhere which is likely to be Capitol Bullet Train, The light blue is probably Pegasus and do we know of any other supposed Gerst installments?
Triple Five Mall, New Jersey, USA: On the grounds of the years under construction but for financial reasons never opened Xanadu Mall of Canadian shopping centers-operator Triple Five is by 2016 an entertainment complex in the style of the famous Mall of America opened in Minneapolis. The DreamWorks Amusement Park is intended to be equipped among others with two nested rollercoasters Gerstlauer.
The 1000 meters long LSM Coaster is identical with Takabisha in Japan: Right after the station is a heart roller positioned with drop in the launch, the more high-inversions as Corkscrew or dive loop will follow. The last rail third gets a vertical lift. Overall, more than 40 meter high roller coaster will offer seven inversions. The second rail attraction is a spinning coaster with individual vehicles, in addition to classic mouse curves diverse ascents and descents offers and will be thereby fully integrated into the LSM Coaster.