David H wrote:Deep Sea Adventure at Window on China seems to be a Zamperla Air Race.
I looked at both again and they are similar in some respects, but not the same ride. On Air Race, seats are all forward looking in the direction of the main wheel's rotation and the secondary rotation is clockwise or counter-clockwise around the main wheel's orbit of transit.
On Deep Sea Adventure, half of the seats look inward at the center of the main wheel or outward. The secondary rotation is then in the direction of the main wheel's rotation or in the opposite direction of the main wheel. By contract, Air Race's secondary rotation is "perpendicular" to the main wheel's plane.
I'm not really a technical writer. Did that make any sense?