Construction photos of Intamin inverter online

Posted Monday, October 23, 2000 9:29 AM | Contributed by RagingBull

Metro, an Intamin inverted coaster, will open in 2001 at Sarkanniemi Amusement Park in Finland. You can check out construction photos on Lawrie's Carnival and Amusement Park Pages.

Tuesday, October 24, 2000 12:59 PM
Well I Wouldn't say that Intamin is better than B&M. Intamins Get very smooth but they aren't too complex w/o being rough i.e. Eurostar very complex but very, very rough, i.e. superman:ROS(SFA,SFDL) if it had an anymore boring design i would swear its a kiddie coaster, but its very smooth.

So,after all of this B&M are even w/ intamin. Intamin not complex but mildly smooth & a big factor, cheap. B&M; Very smooth, very complex, But Very expensive
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Tuesday, October 24, 2000 1:21 PM
I thought Eurostar was made by Giovanola?

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Jeff
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Tuesday, October 24, 2000 5:20 PM
Here's a rendering of the ride mixed with what it is already built. Note the loop and cobra roll in the distance:

http://www.sarkanniemi.fi/suomi/metro/kuva_iso.htm

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Jeff
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Wednesday, October 25, 2000 8:37 PM
Those of you that think that a ride has to be bigger to be better don't appreciate the finer points of a rollercoaster. Rollercoasters don't have to be the tallest or fastest to be great. Take a look at the Raven. I agree with Setpoint when the say stop the insanity. They built a great in Carowinds that is recieving recognition, and I say more power to them. I think it is all well and good when a park breaks records with their rides, but I also like when a park takes a ride with otherwise unremarkable statistics and elevates it to something outstanding.

I love spicy food, but I want to be able to taste the food as well. I don't want my mouth numbed so that I can't taste anything, and I like my rollercoasters the same way. Give me some intensity, but also give something more than high speeds and g-forces.

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Sunday, October 29, 2000 12:21 AM
Jeff,
Eurostar is made by Giovanola.
I wonder if that will ever make it to a permanent park?


I really would like to know if this ride will have a decent amount of speed in the barrel rolls. Volcano didn't do it for me, I felt like I was hanging to long though them.
I shouldn't judge it since I rode Volcano only Once...in the front.

I do like the cobra roll in the rendering, though.
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Friday, November 3, 2000 12:17 PM
Eurostar was made by Intamin its a 4-acrosser like B&M so People get confused.
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