Yeah that does look incredible, and I am hoping that it brings Arrow back in a big way. I would like to see them developing more coasters than they have been. They often get bashed for their roughness of rides, and I think that will change soon.
Here's something to consider: Look at where the control rail is at the peak compared to where it is just before it dumps you over the drop. The difference is huge. Whatever position you peak the lift at, you'll be the opposite when you take the plunge!
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About the control rails, yes they shift a lot going over that peak. The crazy part is that the cars will already be in position for the drop before the drop. The control rails only move there to keep the car facing the same direction: straight down. You will be looking down, at the ground, near the top of the hump.
construction is moving along fast. The question is now , when will the ride be complete and open? even if the ride is complete by early july, they still have to go through a month of testing and delays. just look at what is going on with deja vu. i dont mean to be a pessimist because i want it to open early. but i dont think it will be open till the end of the season.