The ****...??Martyn B said:Hmmm....
one of these http://www.rcdb.com/2775.htm?p=0East Coast(er) General said:What coaster is that?
My guess is that there is something underneath the surface of the ground that they couldn't erect pillars into, like loose soil, or gas pipelines or something.Jer said:great timing to post these
Fast forward to 1:12 and 2:00 so see what I mean.
It just seems to me like they've improved their methods of supporting, by using the same materials, but in stronger ways, and such. I don't think you would see B&M duplicate that section of supports on any modern ride (but that's not to say that they wouldn't do it..).UC said:What do you mean "the way they do it now?"
What about the change in hyper trains?SnooSnoo said:B&M has only made one change.. the connection from support to track. That's it.
Ahh gees.... im not very good at spotting things out, i tend to see a picture and decide what it is in the first 3 seconds, i dont look much. Thanks for that one.UC said:You're aware the white track on the left with the drop and hill is for a completely different ride, right?
Rides like these don't have hills because if someone was to become too tired to pedal, you'd have a massive backup of vehicles.