I think that this could potentially end up being one of the most unique inverts ever built! The layout is certainly unique, and the underground features certainly make it differ from some of the others, at least; I almost think that it could ride somewhat akin to something like Black Mamba or Nemesis!
Besides the final inversion being removed, the support structure and colours, the already existing pre-creations aren't the best anyway.I hadn't realised it'd changed that much since those older renderings (and subsequent NL2 creations) were created. What did they change?
From Google Earth, I'm sure that someone would be able to deduce the locations of elements on this coaster based on the preexisting buildings that it interacts with and is situated around.They "only" took out the last inversion (an Inline-Twist), and allegedly will replace it with an airtime-moment. Since as far as I know, all we got so far is a couple of pictures, and exact dimensions are kind of essential to accurately depicting a tight layout like this, not really sure how someone would pull off a proper NL2-recreation that doesn't, you know...
From Google Earth, I'm sure that someone would be able to deduce the locations of elements on this coaster based on the preexisting buildings that it interacts with and is situated around.
I want to believe that Grona Lund know better than installing vests on a B&M invert.Gonna be interesting, hope this doesn't have vests
So what you're really saying is every Cedar Fair modification to B&Ms need die-off.I want to believe that Grona Lund know better than installing vests on a B&M invert.
Some B&M trends should/will fade over time, just like the V-shaped trains on hypercoasters. When was the last one built? Was it Shambhala? That is 8 years ago!
I really hope B&M realises that their traditional OTSR is timeless and works great on both Dives and Inverts. You know what they say: "If it ain't broke don't fix it!"