I have a question which is not necessarily fully directed at Wild Eagle; however, since it contains the element in question and is new, I thought that my question might get noticed here. My question is in reference to the fairly recent addition (for B&M) of the highly slanted final break run. I first noticed this on some of the newer Wild Mouse coasters; however, I did not see it on a 'big' coaster until Diamondback at KI; and I am now seeing it on many of B&M's coasters. Is this feature used solely to 'clear' the block faster without expending energy with tires? I mean obviously, most break runs have a slight slant to them; however, on Diamondback and other recent B&M creations the angle seems VERY steep. Is there some other function that I am missing?
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