This thing just looks phenomenal. Can a U.S. park please build a new Intamin hyper? Please? That cutback/dive turn looks monumental! And from this perspective really looks like it gives incredibly close headchoppers.
Stonem wrote:I know that the video perspective could be deceiving, but the airtime doesn't seem to be very forceful.
I think its perspective, its hard to see their hair because the camera is so low. But watch the girl 2nd from right - specifically her shoelaces. Plenty of airtime. Though it does seem this is more Millennium than Skyrush as far as focus on speed, it still looks to have some very quick transitions and nice airtime pops.
Technical data of a gravity Roller coaster: a. Track length - not less than 850 meters; b. Structure height - not less than 45 meters; c. Speed - not less than 85 km / h; d. Number of inversions (360 degrees rotation) - not less than 2; e. Maximum G-force +4,5 G; f. Minimum G-force -1 G; g. Number of trains – at least 2 h. Number of wagons per train - not less than 6 i. Number of passengers per train - not less than 24 people
Guaranteed evolutions that should be used in the roller coaster: a. Twisted Vertical Drop; b. Speed Hill; c. Overbanked Turn (x2); d. Highsider e. Zero-G Ball; f. Hi-Speed Carousel Turn g. Camelback h. Twisted Airtime Hill i. Barell Roll; j. Track Twist; k. Overback Carousel l. S-Turns m. Trench Dip
Oh and the date
The deadline for completion of the subject- matter of the request for tender, i.e., delivery and commissioning for Customers of Energylandia Theme Park shall be: 1 April 2021, at the latest.
I'm assuming that the stuff above is for the upcoming Rocky Mountain coaster. Sounds pretty good.
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A.J. wrote:I'm assuming that the stuff above is for the upcoming Rocky Mountain coaster. Sounds pretty good.
Doesn't the post above state 'tilt' as in tilt coaster? Wonder who the manufacturer is since Vekoma ain't making them no more. If that park truly is getting another modern vekoma looper, RMC, tilt coaster (and aquatrax?), we could be looking at THE next roller coaster destination of Europe...
^^ yep that's The Tilt, that means The park will built 1. Vekoma Multi Launch Water Coaster 2. RMC 3. Mine Train (from vekoma) 4. New generation Tilt Coaster (propably Vekoma) (5. There are rumors about Bike Coaster)
When I get back home, I might go into details or answer some questions if there are any. It is very good coaster. I honestly expected a bit stronger ejector at the beggining (but it still is pretty great and strong, don´t get me wrong) and generally, the second half felt a bit less intensive than I expected.. I must say there is finaly a reason to visit the park. So far, I loved it. Love the first drop and dive loop.
Also talked to an employee of Energylandia and they have currently 26 hectars (might be 36, but I think I remember 26) and they plan to expand it to 150 hectars. Expanding appearently already started next to the Anaconda. They are already digging in the field next to it and the construction site was very busy two days ago. Probably a new ride (wooden coaster maybe?), because I believe planned hotel is on the other side of the park from this site.
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