Watching that video just nevers get old!
Yes actually I did, but since the only statement you made that had any relevance to the question was "The middle section won't wobble because it will be supported by both pieces of track, which are supported, on either end" and the other 5 and a half sentences were referring to how you would build the coaster, it appeared that you had missed the point.UC said:...so was I. Did you read what I wrote?
What the hell are you talking about! It is the weight and pressure from the train that causes the track to move or 'wobble' when the train runs over it, therefore in an instance where the angle of descent is steeper (especially approaching vertical) of course there will be less pressure on the track since gravity is pulling the train towards the ground and not into the track, until the drop bottoms out.UC said:.Oh, and since you bothered, it has nothing to do with the angle of descent and everything to do with the footers and supports.
Ben said:Alright ladies, plug the flow up and move on.
Just to remind everyone what this topic is about.
How sexy <3
Amen! Also, for those that are interested:iblamefish said:On a side note, how **** sexy is Shambhala's drop going to look! Can't wait for the helix turnaround to start taking shape!
Kebab said:Amen! Also, for those that are interested:iblamefish said:On a side note, how **** sexy is Shambhala's drop going to look! Can't wait for the helix turnaround to start taking shape!
This pretty much comfirms that the area is still going to be called 'China'.