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roomraider

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The Sunac (ex Wanda) park juggernaut continues as the next park in the list has gone vertical.
This time the park is in the Eastern city of Jinan which is already home to a Fantawild Oriental Heritage and the Chinese clone fest that is Euro Park.

Little is know of the ride line up so far but we do have confirmation of one coaster.

Heres some early concept art.
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The first ride confirmed thanks to Roller Coaster Masters is a mid size Gravity Group and Martin & Vleminckx woodie.

Height: 23 meters (75.5ft)
Speed: 74 km/h (46mph)
Full length: 806 m (2644.36ft)

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The art shows 2 other coasters, What appears to be a Chinese mine train and an unknown 3rd coaster yet to be announced.

Construction is underway and the park is expected to open in 2021
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roomraider

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Yeah this parks linup is a little lacklustre compared to some of the previous ones
But heres a park plan for the entire amusement section
Looks like the 3 coasters are listed as Wooden Coaster (seen above but left one on this plan), Family Coaster (The centre one) and Spinning Coaster (the right one)
Interestingly the Family and Spinner do appear to at least be custom models.

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roomraider

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roomraider

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Another update this time from the air. Showing off the layout of the new Family Woodie very nicely. A visually pleasing layout i find.
It is also very different from the concept images seen before but really should be used to that by now.

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The section that starts heading back towards the first drop, does the turnaround and comes back towards the station looks particularly excellent. High hopes for some good speed, given the banking on the corners!
 

Hutch

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Really like the look of that layout. A very solid step up from the mini family woodies (which all are good in their own right).
 
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