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Interesting- I'd love to get a copy of that CTR- as it would help with the recreation of a JSI.5 (Similar to what I made for another TPR member...)
Realistically, it looks good: Nothing out of place, nothing too extreme, bent well, and smooth.
Suggestions? Well, in part it would be that you only have right turns- perhaps a figure 8 element in the second half/towards the end might be nice. A helix would also be good- in wide width, of course.
As for blocking for capacity: you have several points where you could do so, the reason would be to add capacity (Four 'trains' vs. two, for example- or more.)
I didn't notice it was all right turns. Also, the third train was in the station. It was just blended in. For never even seeing a layout of this type of coaster, I did better than I thought. Thanks for the tips and enjoy the CTR!
For your screen, I love that wingrider. I think I know where you got that first inversion from.
We all have that one coaster that we're ashamed to ride, but we love it anyway! Schwarzkopf was a genius; anything less makes you a moron. Admit it, Mind Bender walks circles around Skyrush!
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