Completely agree about the track inside the structure, that’s going to give such a sense of speed and near-misses and out-of-control feeling.I think this ride will be brilliant but I really hope it doesn't have pacing issues, it could be a valid possibility. I love, however, that almost everything between the 4th and 5th inversions are enclosed in the ride's structure!
Pacing is often the main critique when it comes to RMCs (as they tend to excel at everything else, for the most part). New Texas Giant, Iron Rattler, Wicked Cyclone, and Twisted Colossus are the other examples when peeps bring up "RMC pacing issues." Texas Giant and Wicked Cyclone have very thrilling starts but many find that tend to slow down a bit at the end. Iron Rattler has that awkward middle section up on the cliff with those slow little hills and turn, but it's in between an amazing beginning and finale. Twisted Colossus of course has the second lift hill which can really ruin the flow of the ride. TC in particularly seems to be one of the most polarizing RMCs as there are some who believe it's one of the best and others who rank it among the worst.Are any other RMCs apart from Wildfire known for pacing issues?
Because... it's wasted potential? I know what floater airtime and ejector airtime feels like, and I know I like ejector a lot more. So for an RMC, for it to not be ejector airtime given their track record, is irritating.Why had it better not be..? Is this coming from your vast experience of other RMC floater hills? Not all airtime has to be aggressive ejector for it to be good.
Because, ah yes, I remember, I'm not entitled to an opinion on this site. Thanks for reminding me Mark.It's find to have a personal preference, but step back and look at it - does one singular floater hill make a massive difference to this coaster? No. Please stop acting like you know what would make a better coaster than... you know... the park AND manufacturer.