The reason that the double spin is used is to reduce steel cost on the scale I305 and Formula Russo are being built on. If either of those coasters were built with the standards that MF had in track, then 305 would had cost 10 million more.
And if 305 was built on the scale of maverick, it would had had the normal Intamin track probably.
And likewise of the new BGT coaster, If it was being built on the scale of 305 then it probably would had been built with the double spin.
I too am very excited to get a glimpse of the Intamin track. I last went down to Orlando/FLA in 2007; with all the new credits and attractions it looks like a nice long stay down there this coming season is in order.
Thanks to the admin for putting up the picture, I kept trying to link directly from twitpic which wasn't working.
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