Discussion in 'Roller Coaster Construction' started by CrashCoaster, Sep 7, 2016.
Not sure why this won't be classified as an inversion, definitely looks like one.
Looking at the generated POV I would say it's an inversion. If the immelmann on ICON is considered an inversion then so should the twist and dive.
Definitely an inversion.
Looks absolute awesome
Source: SkyScraperCity (zmiertek)
also from zmiertek ssc the unzoomed version
That... that is not what I expected it to look like..?
In a good or bad way?
1. That's almost certainly an inversion now.
2. Depending on how fast it takes the element I'm expecting some pretty big laterals on the entry
That's more of an inversion than Icon's Immelmann. That's definitely a dive loop.
Depending on train length as well, if that thing is taken at speed, it's going to be insanity. Being its Intamin.. of COURSE it will be insane.
Judging by the height of the lift hill, the twist and dive will be INTENSE! The opening sequence of the drop, airtime hill, twist and dive, and then low-to-the-ground Stengel dive looks like a stellar start to the ride.
A great way. I thought that you might get a slight pop of airtime then it'll divert to hangtime/positive G straight away. But you're literally going to get a bucket load of airtime then really cool laterals before the positive G's kick in. Hopefully. It looks fantastic.
Really forward to seeing how this runs when testing starts!
I get a feeling that this is going to be super intense, just look at the first hill and the twist and dive compared to the drop.
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