Check out this cool Lego Coaster:
Current favorite coasters:
Wooden: 1) Beast 2) Raven 3) Son of Beast 4) The Boss 5) Timber Wolf
Steel: 1) Raging Bull 2) Millennium Force 3) V2 4) Wild Thing 5) Mr. Freeze
Ohio...so many coasters...
...so little summertime.
Live on the edge and remember the Twist of Fate.
Who just bought a Screaming Serpent and is now a 33 year old giddy little boy!
Planned Parks for this summer: SFoGa, CP, SFWoA, SFGAm, SFKK, PKI, MA, SFStL, HW, KW. Is 10 enough?
Cornerstone Festival 2002... I will be there
I almost forgoten about my bricklink.com shop. if your think about building a lego coaster but you don't have the parts you should check out places like bricklink.com or the various site listed on the bottom page joe listed here on this topic @ http://www.insidethevault.com/rollercoaster/ . And don't forget EBAY (Which I don't like bidding on legos on Ebay I rather go to a flat rate stop like the bricklink.com site.) I've been working on a Coaster of legos building and rebuilding my chassis for my Trains. The train I built is 6 Cars of 4 Passengers Each. It's a trailer style train like the ones you see on arrow loopers. The track so far is not going anywhere whihc kinda resembles a corkscrew track the Track it self is about 1 2/3 tall about 4 open in middle. The train back cars are 7x6 wide. The front car is 9x6 in width. I think my train would look nicer if it had matching bricks on the train but I don't care about that. I care about getting it to work.
All Your Base are belong to us
That's not roughness that intensity
Cool. Here are my LEGO coasters. I might have pics of others & have heaps more, this is just the tip of the iceberg. The Boomerang didn't work, could only travel through one inversion - too much friction & play. Built it in '94. The other worked, built in '96. Also built an Impulse with a loop & straight spikes in '98 I think. Never finished that one.
Got plans for a TA2K, although haven't got time & working with LEGO is too complicated. Been trying to get hold of a Serpent kit or two. Would be much easier to work with, plus I have a fully ball-raced model Inverted train that could fit on it.
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