It's only an illustration, but it shows the spiral spike at an angle of 30 degrees! Makes sense as the new footers stretch out a fair way.
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One thing I've learned from making my web site and scanning in tons of maps is that they are very often not accurate in the track layouts. A lot of the time it is just an attactive drawing used to represent most of the layout, but it doesn't necessarily match the exact layout. I'm not saying anything specific about this coaster you are referring to, but don't take the drawings too literally.
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I would be willing to bet that the drawing of V2 is accurate, based on how good Medusa's layout was drawn.
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The v2 drawing is almost 100% accurate.
Since V2 is a straight lined coaster with minimal elements, it's fairly easy to draw. The Six Flags artists can do this type easily. Other coasters that include more complicated elements are harder to draw. Remember, the ride designers dont draw these maps.SF has a team of real artists that do these park maps. They also want the maps to be tame for all audiences.
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*** This post was edited by Chris Godsey on 4/3/2002. ***
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