What's record(s) is it breaking?
The coaster, which is now called "T-Express" is still under construction and it is at a very impressive stage right now.
Check the latest entry from january 15:
Looks like the best possible combination of El Toro and Balder on a hillside.
Those incredible steep hills and curves...mmmmh!
Rob Ascough said:
Is it just me, or do the ribbon boards look very narrow? Those Intamin wood coaster structures always look a little weird to me... a little sloppy... not sure why, as I can't put my finger on it.
Looks the same to me, like there's not enough wood in the structure. I figured it's because the prefab track is stronger on its own, it doesn't need the dense structure you see on a traditional wooden coaster that's needed to support the hand-applied laminates.
But they probably know what they are doing...
the coaster will look absolutely amazing when it's finished.
what you've just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard.
Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it.
I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul.
Long live the Big Bad Wolf
The ride will have a cable lift and the most insane second hill on any coaster. Ever!
I wonder what that has to do with it / how it ended up there.
(Damn, I'm just catching myself nerding out about coasters again...) :o) *** Edited 1/25/2008 8:35:26 PM UTC by superman***
Is that green webbing temproary? That would be a distraction to me. It's just ugly to begin with anyway. Hopefuly it's just for safety purposes during construction.
And it does look very anemic structuraly.
Thanks for another great season, VF!
The Flying Turns makes all the right people wet - Gonch
Anyone seen a layout schematic or animation?
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