Does anyone know of a wild mouse type coaster (single train-4 seater) that has inversion elements?? I love the tight turns, closeness to track, and the slower speeds allow me to soak up all the physics happening around me. I love the newer coasters, but I feel more like I'm in a powered high tech vehicle than "roller coasting".
Is there a working model of this prototype anywhere?? I have seen it on Arrow's website, but that is it. "Somebody buy this from Arrow, I wanna ride it"...maybe this may save Arrow as opposed to 4th dimension.
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Shapeshifter - the Arrowbatic coaster has been available for purchase for a few years now. Don't you think that if it was really "all that" they would have popped up at parks by now? I'd say if we haven't seen one by now we probably never will.
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Wait a second, when I went to Tobu Zoo, all I saw was Regina and Mountain Rocker( Mountain Rocker is a sorry excuse for no wood, good thing they finally built Regina. Could they put some scenery or trees around that coaster? I was stunned to see this spread out double out-n-back steelie just plopped there with absolutely nothing around it. And that rusted plan white track, please put some paint on it, it would look muck better in any color but rusted old white paint. Ok, I got that off my chest ;) ), but I never saw any looping wild mouse open?!! What did that look like, I can't even remember if I saw anything like that, wait is it that little family coaster they had? No, that didn't go upside down.......
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