KarlaKoaster wrote:That first drop must be like being pushed backwards off a cliff! I guess it's not being tested for the public as there's no floor on the back of the train. Hopefully if it does become permanent they'll put a 'front' on the back of the car too... one good thing about double-ended trains is that it doubles the photo opportunities.
It's apparently a request from Mack Rides what Walibi is willing to try out. The park doesn't know yet if this feature will ever be experience by guest. Safety inspection will be a big part in that, but you really opened my eyes, there has to be a major change to either the station or the trains for it to happen. My source is the same as the video, Looopings.nl.
I for one really hope to experience this, looks fun and scary.
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I love that inline twist at the end and whatever that double inversion thing is.
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