I know it has at least three cars, because I have seen videos and it has a mid-course for a reason.
At least I didn't see the third train last summer in the maintenance track which can be seen at the end of the ride since it's in the same building as the station. But at least they've rarely used three cars lately.I know it has at least three cars, because I have seen videos and it has a mid-course for a reason.
I'd expect a larger top hat, as it'll be the easiest to modify in order to beat Taiga's height record due to the top hat being the tallest point on Junker currently. There are footers being poured around its base, suggesting some sort of extension. Other then that, I'm keeping an open mind! PowerPark could merely be trying to win the height and speed records, which would likely come from extending the top hat, but if they're going for length too... that'd be even more interesting.Does anyone even have any idea of what the extension will look like for the ride?
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I don't think Duane knows anything more than we do currently.RCDB seems to think it's a separate Gerstlauer coaster or at least one is coming in 2020:
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So? This would just help the throughput further?If they would implement a Takabisha-style midcourse, they would still have a problem. The old Junker already has a MCBR. I think they would most likely in this case just have it turned off/use it as trims if necessary.
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