From the press release:
Among its thrills, the dual-loop ride cleverly produces a dueling near-miss element that brings riders tantalizingly close to one another by using a single train with passengers at each end. The technique effectively creates simultaneous two-train operation without a costly PLC that relies on block logic and maintenance-intensive sensors. Thrill-seekers 48 inches and taller, seated facing each other, twist sideways and upside-down as they accelerate through twin Immelmann inversions.
"Skywarp has everything that operators of all sizes desire: Big impact, big thrills, big visibility, and big capacity with a small footprint and a small price," the Skyline team boasted. The ride is 62 feet tall with a track length of 360 feet and fits on a site just 30 feet wide and 120 feet long. It seats 32 riders per cycle and thrills 800 per hour.
Skywarp can be installed on a customer's foundation or supplied with a base frame for semi-permanent installation. While drive tires will be the standard propulsion method, linear synchronous motors from a proven industry expert are an optional substitute to further streamline the system. Both methods will gradually rock the train back and forth until reaching full speed, reducing power consumption and minimizing required infrastructure improvements.
Read more from Skyline Attractions.
Larson loop 2.0. Six flags got in the game too soon. Why have one train while you can have two?
Resident Arrow Dynamics Whore
^Good Point. Much better capacity. Larson loop's are ok, but these look like more fun. I like they have the facing seats like the invertigos.
Is that RMC T. rex track?
Don't cry because it's over, smile because it happened.
Six Flags would just rope off one train to make the lines longer and sell more Flash Passes.
But then again, what do I know?
Must be one thousand wheels on that thing. Looks much better than a Larson loop, I'd give it a shot.
You must be logged in to post