I didnt get to ride as it was done by drawing. The few that got to ride said that it is a free fall to the bottom and that the stop was quick and forceful like a couple of G's. They said it was a smooth stop just a fast forceful one.. Also the ride is 360 feet tall and said to run at 90+ mph. It is one wild contraption.
Take a look at this photos http://www.johnnyupsidedown.com/events05/ss46a.jpg Look inside the tube you will see a saddle like the Insane ride had.
And they had a seat belt that was over the lap and over the shoulder I believe. Probably like the orgianl Insane rides seats were.
Otherwise they were in a standing position but seated in saddle and straped in.
It looks fun but in a way, it looks kinda ghetto...I mean, it looks like something we would build in our backyard with rusted scrap metal and leftover plywood, a few recycled ride pieces and voila! A new thrill ride!
Also, the botttom portion looks like a waterslide.
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