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Intamin Reference List 2017

Discussion in 'News & Rumours' started by roomraider, Sep 28, 2017.

  1. Lofty

    Lofty Social Media Team Staff Member Social Media Team

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    Yeah, I don't read LOLOLOL.
     
  2. Ben

    Ben Well-Known Member CF Award Winner 2016

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    Yh it does?

    (Discovery Kingdom’s we’re talking about)
     
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    I was thinking about the one at GAm, are they all called V2 now or Vertical Velocity?
     
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    They're both called Vertical Velocity now.

    The SFDK version was identical to SFGAm's Impulse coaster when it opened in 2001, until it was discovered that SFDK had exceeded the 150ft maximum height limit imposed for attractions at the park. It was closed in 2002 and modified to its current form.

    The standard Impulse coasters don't invert, whereas SFDK's now does after the modifications.
     
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    Hyde I Lied About My Age! Staff Member Moderator Social Media Team

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    Ironic isn't it; Vertical Velocity was modified to no longer be vertical.
     
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    roomraider Best Topic Starter 2016 CF Award Winner 2016

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    Anyone else notice the Hyper at Energylandia isn't on the reference list? Read into that what you will.
     
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    roomraider Best Topic Starter 2016 CF Award Winner 2016

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    Happy Valley Nanjing just announced an Intamin launched coaster which sounds like a triple launch which is one to add to the list.
    They also announced a B&M wing and Vekoma SFC to go with it.

    Those who can read Chinese might be able to garner more.
    http://news.sina.com.cn/c/2017-11-04/doc-ifynmvuq8429711.shtml
     
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    As in Cheetah hunt style or Soaring With Dragon style?
     
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    The Wing Rider may have some backwards seating. First in China.
     
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    roomraider Best Topic Starter 2016 CF Award Winner 2016

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    An update of the Intamin Reference list for the new year.
    Not a huge update but some bits to note.

    The 2 Asia Park (Vietnam) rides seem to be have confirmed as a family launched coaster and suspended coaster with vertical lift.
    The Energylandia Mega Coaster is now on the list.
    Warner Brothers Abu Dhabi is now listed for the Junior Suspended Coaster as well.

    Intlistnew.PNG
     
  11. TheCoasterCruiser

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    All those LSM Launch Coaster contracts <3
     
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    More LSM coasters, please.
     
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    roomraider Best Topic Starter 2016 CF Award Winner 2016

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    And heres the version with some known gaps filled in.
    Green are confirmed by parks or news outlets
    The red ones are 100% just me filling in from rumours, The SF Dubai plans clearly have a Zac Spin on them and IOA is based on the Motorobike and Sidecar Haggrid rumour thats on Screamscape. I could also theoretically list 2 LSM coasters for the two Six Flags China parks but i really dont trust Chinese art work :p

    Still tons to fill in on there though
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    What is a "suspended coaster with vertical lift"? I've never heard it before.
    Something similiar to the ZacSpin I would imagine. o_O
     
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    Probably a coaster with an elevator lift, something like a Caripro Batflyer.
     

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