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They also could have completely redone the ride's control system sometime in the past 13 years...
I know but it's nothing like a train completely clearing the station and going part the way back up the lift hill, not to mention that Intamin use drive tyres instead of friction brakes, so they would stop the trains anyway.Magnetic brakes can only slow a train, not completely stop it. You still need friction brakes for that.
Surely its gotta be close for shipment, if it's to be re-painted at the Interlink plant then shipped to Flamingo Land? When do you reckon shipment will begin?Just an update on the status of the ride. It appears as of today the ride is still sat next to MAPS in Malaysia.
Simple. I use the ESA Sentinel Satellite servers.Surely its gotta be close for shipment, if it's to be re-painted at the Interlink plant then shipped to Flamingo Land? When do you reckon shipment will begin?
Also just out of curiosity, how do you get these updates?
Also, I couldn't find those teaser posters anywhere around the site, which I thought was odd.
Hmm, that is odd. I also find it odd that the coaster itself, as far as we know, is still lying in bits in a field in Malaysia.
This whole project is very odd to be honest, and I'm still not entirely convinced that it won't go tits up. I hope it all works out ok, but there's still plenty that could go wrong and until track starts going vertical on site I'll still have a seed of doubt.