I find it interesting how GCI decided to use wood supports in a couple of high-g spots that were close to the ground despite the fact the majority of the support structure is steel. I'm not gonna attempt to guess why they did that, but the nerd in me would love to know.
Jcoaster wrote:^ Awesome, looks like its a shorter train that other GCI's like White Lightening.
White Lightnin' has 6 cars, Invadr has 8
That I did not know. It still looks shorter, is 8 cars the standard for GCI?
It's usually 12 or so for the larger ones.
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