OhShambhala wrote:Dom wrote:Owen wrote:
[quote="Dan"]I'm well aware that it's using launch technology for the lift however if the sole reason for doing so is to make the lift incline silent then I'm sorry but it just isn't a launch.
To set all arguments aside, shall we just settle on saying its a "propulsion"?
No! I will not settle on propulsion. Its too fancy a word
But in all seriousness i'm really looking forward to seeing this be built and then to see it in person next year. After all these years AT are finally getting a woody, and despite the fact its not the cross valley that so many people were hoping its still a freakin' woody!!
As for cost, I'm sure they have a plan of what the money is actually going to spent on and which part etc, so its not really something we should be that worried about it. It ent our money (Although technically it is, All those nitrogenie's we've had has got to have somewhat paid for a plank at least).
I think a full on launch is still viable. I have a feeling the first turn around in the plans will be more of a curved drop like Troy or White Lightning to deal with those laterals ,but maybe a bit more drawn out[/quote]
The problem is the elevations. I don't think it'd be high enough to do a helix down. And the plans don't show that. The track layout that we know of won't change now too much, and in my opinion and experience it would be too much of an alteration to the plans to do that. Sorry to be a kill joy hahaha.
I'm personally going with a lift Hill maybe 15-20mph so it could be the world's first launched family woodie
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