Row 1 and 8, both measured with a warm coaster (after 3pm) and professional equipment.
The Zadra Front Row is already online if you want to see it:
"Mostly at -1 G"
According to your "professional equipment:"
Where was this mounted, on your chest?
Hold on.Please stop pedaling your homemade videos as real.
The final negative g peak on the graph goes to -0.9 and it transitions from positive to negative very quickly. You do realize that ejector doesn't depend on going below -1g right? Ejector varies in strength but as long as you are being "ejected" from your seat then the airtime is ejector and not floater. Ejector airtime is sharp and can be weak or strong. Looking at the graph there is a sharp transition from positive to negative which indicates ejector. You seem to underestimate how much -1 g really is.If Intamin says that the final airtime hill on Hyperion is ejector, you can bet your @22 it is.
The final negative g peak on the graph goes to -0.9
let's not start putting our blinkers on to the real variations we know exist in coasters also.
so basically, you are saying that your butt is more precise than a professional Accelerometer.
We're discussing the final airtime hill, not the jump into brake.
I can tell the last airtime hill looks like it would be ejector on most days! And that's what Intamin themselves state!
His graph says the maximum vertical G force is around 4.15, when the official stats say 4.8!
the original reason I was arguing with Trax is because he was saying that Zadra is mostly around -1 G.
And yes, I mixed it up, Hyperion is more at the -1g area. Sorry, I do make mistakes sometimes. Luckily numbers tend to not lie.
Even that comes close to -0.9 my point still stands.
It literally is ejector on the graph or are you still not able to interpret it correctly even with your insanely accurate brain and vast FVD skills?
Come back when you don't have to use Wikipedia as your source. Any basic schooling should have taught you to not use that as the end all be all. RCDB also is not always incredibly accurate.
Even then, the difference between a 4.15g and 4.8g is so negligible I don't even know why you're focusing on it
Forces do vary a lot depending on the days