The cars are free to sway back and forth, kinda like the cars on a Chance Zipper. This is contrary to the controlled spin/tilt that is found on the Arrow 4th dimension coasters.
What I want to see is B&M's take on the 4th dimension concept. They did great with the flyers--much better than Vekoma, IMO--so I wonder what they'd do with this concept.
coastin' since 1985
...but it's absolutely nothing like X. It doesn't even turn laterally, so you're extremely limited on your layout.
Timbers crew 08
B&M flyers suck! Too much time spent during the loading/unloading of passengers.
So you're telling me that a simple OTSR mechanism is more complicated and takes more time than wiggling into a belted vest and then pulling down a lapbar? Does that make any sense to anyone?
There are only a handful of flying coasters in the world. There just doesn't seem to be a lot of interest in them. On top of that, it's B&M's newest product. I don't think that makes it "weak" in any way.
You figure out which one sucks more.
That said, I personally prefer the Vekoma model but it's kind of ridculous to say it loads faster than the B&M (even though it has 75% the seating).
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Calvin: "If your numbers go up, it means you're having more fun."
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