Is it me or is there not much more worlds 1st ideas to do...
marc said:Yes I can see what you mean, but I think there would be to many G invloved which is why the old drop towers that had track at the end put you on your back.
If you drop with the coaster floor flat and then to goes to a flat part of track I just think there would be to much strain on the train and the riders backs and neck. I think the drop would be the only problem though. Thats if it a big coaster if it was only say 50ft and did not pick up much speed it would probably be ok.
Maybe I have misunderstood you
I'm sure we will see more new concepts in the future. But for now I think the next logical step in the bussines would be to develope the wing walker train concept and apply it too all different types of rides, eg hypers and mega loopers. If B&M can make a smaller and cheaper version of S&S 4D-coaster I'm sure that'll be the next huge hit as well!nemesisamazing said:Is it me or is there not much more worlds 1st ideas to do...
Joey said:It's just occured to me that Phil's idea is very similar to the S&S free fly, except Phil's goes up and down instead of inline twists.
I love the look of the free fly.