Arrow Inverted Coaster?

Wednesday, July 25, 2001 8:51 AM
IMO, Arrow could build one that will kick the SLCs' *** & be on par with B&M or better.

Am I getting way ahead of myself? (Just making conversation.) Oh, I forgot the ArrowBATic. Well, you know what I mean, a traditional Inverted, not an Inverted Wild Mouse.

BTW, with TT, I know Arrow finally used compound curves, question is, are the wheels spring-loaded like B&M & Intamin's? I can't tell from the photos on this page; Is that first Loop Screw massive or what?

Any more photos of TT?

It looks like Arrow are sticking with an upstop wheel per assembly compared to two for B&M & Intamin. Looks like another first with X, two main wheels above & below the rails like with the Flying Dutchmen. Kind of like two trains bolted back to back.

What about main wheels for guide wheels? So that the train can travel either side, making it a 5D coaster!

Ok, I'll shut up now & go to bed. Good night mates.

*** This post was edited by Taipan on 7/28/2001. ***
Wednesday, July 25, 2001 9:09 AM
Hopefully, the 4D and ArrowBATIC will be the first step towards inverted coasters.

Millennium Force: The Future's Riding On It
Wednesday, July 25, 2001 11:52 AM
And maybe the Pipeline

You are the Weakest Link, Goodbye.
Wednesday, July 25, 2001 12:25 PM

Any more photos of TT?

I have a ride review with photos of TT at my site (link in sig) and a nice TT loop-screw desktop wallpaper in the wallpapers section. I am working on the Dollywood photo gallery with many more TT pics right now and it should be up tonight. I loved TT; the forces and smoothness were amazing.

Top Gun: The Jet Coaster Flights in 2001: 58
Coaster Tracks Ridden: 53
Saturday, July 28, 2001 10:45 AM
Actually after looking at this page over and over, I want an ArrowBATic! (Extreme version, not the family one of course.;))

StarCoasters, I watched TT go through the Loop Screw on the Arrow site. Does it travel this slow or is the movie slowed down? If so, no wonder you float at the top.

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