*** This post was edited by rollergator on 1/8/2002. ***
First, I don't see any blocks! How do you run multiple cars? Second, what makes the Reverchon model so cool is that you're outside of the center of rotation, a little more like a Tilt-a-Whirl. Those cars looked too balanced around the center. Third, it's the relatively flat hairpins that get you spinning enough to really screw you up before the hills.
This is not to say I wouldn't get on one right now if I could. ;)
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It was a really fun ride, bnut very different from the Reverchron ones we know., It doesn't freely spin (like the Externimator.) You traverse the hairpin turns without any change in the direction you're facing. (Does that make sense?) It provided a VERY unique sensation!
Mouse fans: I think this may be the most intense mouse ever built. http://www.coastergallery.com/japan/FH15.html It blew me away. The tight layout looks like something built on RCT, and the turns are taken at very high speed. Note the speed bump halfway through the top layer.
BTW, did anyone else see this insane looking turn? Looks like it belongs on an Intamin ride! http://www.coasterclub.org/en/photos/56-spinningracer/img_2.shtml
Is it possible that Super Smash Brothers Melee is TOO much fun?
*** This post was edited by staticman00 on 1/8/2002. ***
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