OMG that would be fab. The dragon thing fits too because of their mascots. So yes, makes sense.
Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
:razz:In order to meet the promised performance figures for the intensive catapult launch, the total weight had to be reduced significantly.... The solution lay new materials, such as aluminum for the newly developed landing gear deployed.
If these design intentions are undeniably present in the product when we ride it, this is a really big deal.It provides an essential basis for the absolute driving pleasure with route design. For Taron we have therefore asked from the outset a very crucial requirement: The track must have a major drama. We wanted to with its own tension create a driving experience that is full of momentum until the final permanently increases. For this purpose we placed the driving elements of the track like S-curves, airtime Hills and overbanked turns as tight as specific changes in direction and speed changes. Because Taron should provide on its way through the rocky landscape Klug home a fun factor that still holds ready a surprise until the end.
Equally important to us was the prelude: From the very first moment to bring Taron fun! A very strong launch was therefore particularly important to us. Taron needed for a drive which is equipped perfectly for the two catapult launches. The need for only the most advanced and powerful technology could be used, therefore, was essential for the realization of our objectives. Powerful Taron should be intense like no other multi-launch coaster and extremely fast.
Taon can run to -10c? I wonder what features allowed this to be possible.Intamin took all our requirements to the last detail before, the essential route dramaturgy through to guaranteed winter performance. Because so Taron can still work properly even with crisp freezing temperatures, had a driving capability to at least -10 ° C outside temperature are absolutely satisfied - instead of the usual attractions in plus temperatures from mild 8 ° C.
This will be a ride experience like no other.Joey said:Hmmmmmmm. What's everyone else thinking?
What's all this about a surprise?! I was only wondering this the other day - Phantasialand love building unique secret elements into their rides that you won't see unless you actually ride the ride. I know there was originally a rumour about a drop track on this which has been dismissed after seeing the ride layout and no sign of anything like it.. But.. Do you think there genuinely is a secret element at the end of this that Phantasialand have gone through the effort of completely concealing from us?The track must have a major drama. We wanted to with its own tension create a driving experience that is full of momentum until the final permanently increases.
Because Taron should provide on its way through the rocky landscape Klug home a fun factor that still holds ready a surprise until the end.
I know that Mechanica at Liseberg is special designed to be able to run in freezing temperatures as well. The only modification needed by Zierer to acomplish this was heated hydraulic restraints (cuz the hydraulics don't work in low temperatures otherwise). I assume Taron will have a similar system? The other major factor would be different lube and/or bearings during wintertime to compensate for the colder weather.Joey said:Taon can run to -10c? I wonder what features allowed this to be possible.
I thought it looked like a big grey mess earlier too, and kind of dull. But it has grown on me And now when they're adding wooden details and vegetation it is starting to look really good! I actually kind of like that the track is all black too, and not some psychadelic Cedar Fair pastels. First off it put more attention to the curvature of the track than the colour itself, which I like. Secondly it makes it really hard to follow the layout, even on ride. Which will make for a much more surpricing experience!Joey said:Hmmmmmmm. What's everyone else thinking?