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B&M Hyper (Discontinued)

Ethan

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I have created a 210ft B&M Hyper, based of Leviathan at CW.
I do have screenshots of the (extremely simple) layout, however I cannot seem to get ImageShack to work.

Anyway, this topic is me basically asking if anyone would work with me on finishing the coaster (supports etc), because it would make this coaster so much better if somebody good with supports helped. It would be a bonus if you have used the B&M support connecters too. Obviously the person would get all the credit for supports.

Does anyone know why I cannot add the images onto here? Thanks :/

EDIT: Here are the links but it's still not working :(

The first drop and lift hill:
http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/52/hyper1p.png/

Layout overview:
http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/10/hyper2.png/

Final Overbank:
http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/814/hyper3.png/

Inverted Turnaround:
http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/215/hyper4.png/
 

reddude333

Active Member
Re: B&M Hyper Supports

You've got a ton of control points in there but the track does still seem smooth. Any tools used? How are Gs and all? And sorry but I'm not really the right person to assist you.
 

Lofty

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Re: B&M Hyper Supports

Absolutely loving the Turnaround. Yeah, you used AHG I'm guessing?

Looks great.
 

Ethan

Well-Known Member
Re: B&M Hyper Supports

I used Newton for everything, and yeah I'm quite proud of the turnaround :)
 

Ethan

Well-Known Member
Re: B&M Hyper Supports

Double post, but anyway!

The video shows the Gs, speed, and just how it rides at the moment. The colours are just temporary.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=05x0NHxc9AU&context=C387d3c9ADOEgsToPDskJ_OrmnhI9Fe9jNLlY466s5[/youtube]
 

Xpress

Well-Known Member
Re: B&M Hyper Supports

It feels very newtoned. Transitions aren't shaped properly and they're too gradual. Try and make your transitions more like snappy transitions rather than smooth flowing ones.
 

Ethan

Well-Known Member
Re: B&M Hyper Supports

I was actually trying to get smooth transitions when I was making it.
 

bob_3_

Active Member
Re: B&M Hyper Supports

It feels very newtoned. Transitions aren't shaped properly and they're too gradual. Try and make your transitions more like snappy transitions rather than smooth flowing ones.
I have to disagree, the drawn out roll transitions work fine and are perfectly realistic.

If anything it's snappy transitions that look too "newton-y". However even then they can be realistic.

My only advice would be to work on the first drop. I know you probably can't at this stage if working with newton however I can give you some tips for next time. Make the first 'multizone' force section from the top of the lift LINEAR and change the display so you can see the track radius fins.

Then play with the forces and times to make the radius change flow better. If that makes sense.
 

Ethan

Well-Known Member
Re: B&M Hyper Supports

^ I think so... cheers :) I'll have to refer back to this when I make another hyper.
 
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