About the reverse banking, I think it is just the way the track is laying on the ground. If it is banked at the other end of the track more than the end closest to the camera, then it would twist to balance the track piece making it appear to be wrongly banked if you know what I mean.
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I would think that if it was going to be a Mega-Lite, it would actually say Mega-Lite on the label. The reason I say that is because Intamin seems to label their coasters the same way they categorize them on their website. Though this does seem to be some kind of hybrid, so who knows.
Would it be safe to assume from this photo that the straight section of track on the right is the station track? Just looking at the circular holes, they kinda look like they will hold tyre drive motors?
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