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Loulou30

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We learn that the budget for the future coaster is 15 million euros! When you know that let's go Blitz cost 8 less there is something to be enthusiastic about!
 

VonRolland

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We learn that the budget for the future coaster is 15 million euros! When you know that let's go Blitz cost 8 less there is something to be enthusiastic about!
Very interesting indeed, is that the whole project cost? Wonder how themed it will be
 

CrashCoaster

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Well, Skatteøen cost a little over 8 million €, and that's about 10 years ago.
Plus, this looks to have a custom layout and who knows how much they're spending on theming?
It's not unheard of.
I suppose. I'm also leaning towards this featuring an elevator lift due to it not seeming to take up that much land compared to other water coasters, which I imagine costs a fair bit more than a chain lift.
 

CrashCoaster

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Today I was close to the Mack factory so I went to say a little hello to that presumably new gen watercoaster track ! (If you can't see it, it's the track part right in the middle of the picture) The theory for this kind of ride at Nigloland seems to be true...View attachment 9374 !
That defo looks like water coaster track but doesn't look any different to those that already exist?

EDIT:- Looks like it has a tri-tube underneath and possibly diagonal facing guide/upstop rails?
 

Us3rmane

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That defo looks like water coaster track but doesn't look any different to those that already exist?

EDIT:- Looks like it has a tri-tube underneath and possibly diagonal facing guide/upstop rails?
Here's how it looks like with a drawing made by KingRCT3
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So maybe the tritube track is made to don't have as much support as the other watercoaster ? Like Intamin with it's double spine. Or maybe it's made so the train and track can do some crazy elements ?
 

CrashCoaster

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Here's how it looks like with a drawing made by KingRCT3
View attachment 9391

So maybe the tritube track is made to don't have as much support as the other watercoaster ? Like Intamin with it's double spine. Or maybe it's made so the train and track can do some crazy elements ?
I believe the side rails are angled like that so that larger up-stop wheels can be used... Combine that with the truss track, it makes me believe this will be more intense than any other standard Mack Water Coaster we've seen.

EDIT:- Close up:-

 
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