overbanks

Monday, August 18, 2003 3:19 PM
I am trying to design a good coaster in No-Limits that doesn't go in the red and I need a turnaround of some sort at the beginning of the ride so I built an overbank and I can't figure out how to get the entrance to the overbank to stay in the yellow g's because it always goes in the red. BTW I have read both the instruction manual and the tips and I didn't find this so I really need help.

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Wednesday, August 20, 2003 6:39 AM
Alright, ill try to explain this the best I can...

If your making a simple 180* overbank going out in the exact way in came in you want to line up the enterance and exit nodes.. and still have that one node at the top of the turnaround... Extend the exit-enterance nodes out (pull the white line thingys) so it looks like a smooth transition from the previous element. If there is a jolt, that means there is a sudden transition = BAD... Also, make sure your overbank isnt too crammed.. Like if it looks like this...

C__ were its kinda close, it might be better too..

<_ in a way if you see.. Not like a C round, but more like a stretched out U but sideways, itll help bring down the G's, just make sure to stretch the nodes out to make it a smooth transition and you should be ok.

If you still dont understnad ( I dont even think I do ;)) you can send your track to me, ill fix it if ya like..

AIM : Invertalon

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