I'll bet you still can't complete the layout, even with the pictures!
This ride crosses itself and structure so many times. It was probably one of, if not THE, hardest models I have ever made!! Alot of heavy banking, inside structure....which from a modeling point of view is very hard to do.
Tom, anymore help you can provide on the layout would be appreciated. I haven't had a chance to study the pics yet, but I'm guessing I won't be able to decipher all of the elements for my No Limits recreation. *** Edited 12/6/2006 4:58:32 AM UTC by Acoustic Viscosity***
I have the layout figured out, although as Tom pointed out there are elements [90* turns?] hidden that the pics do not show. But the path the train takes? That I got. I emailed AVMatt my rough drawing...hopefully he'll post it ;)
Charles Nungester said: Ok, friggin amazing, That drop into the low curve under the strcuture should be amazing.
yeah, until it pulls a Voyage and rips itself apart in a year.
It looks fun - I LOVE KEMAH and though it may be seldom known outside east Texas, it really is a neat place that has had rides now for quite a while. Looking at the model at IAAPA, I couldn't help but think it should have flyers on it.
Dude, I rode Voyage on Labor day, It didn't RIP itself apart. It had one rought spot which it had from basically the beginning, My guess is they re banked some areas ect and it will be as good as new in 2007.
Personally I'd rather the ride push envelope and risk ripping itself apart over a ride that eleminates these "ripping apart" forces. If it gets rough, so be it. It will be a more exciting ride than something as precise and controlled as El Toro.
Charles Nungester said: Dude, I rode Voyage on Labor day, It didn't RIP itself apart. It had one rought spot which it had from basically the beginning, My guess is they re banked some areas ect and it will be as good as new in 2007.
that's a pretty big 'spot', about a sixth of the ride.
I guess I am glad that El Toro has some element of control, because otherwise my fat ass would probably be tossed on one of the crazy hills.