well lets kick this thing off shall we what do you think the trains will be like a im hoping that in december they will make an advert that will show what the trains will look like or maybe they are there in the splash landings car park in the mystery red boxs :D
Ahh punctuation, how I love thee.
I answer to your question, I think whatever these trains are they are gonna be heavy
. Like I said in the previous topic, compared to all other similar rollercoasters we've ever seen from "top-tier" manufacturers, especially Intamin, the lifthill and drop seem ridiculously over-supported. If the trains were just your standard sit-down coaster trains, there'd be no need for such an extensive "grid" support structure and arms that "branch off" the structure. Either it's cheaper for Intamin to make these kind of hideously ugly supports, or your right and we're missing something to do with the trains![/quote]
To be honest I considered it for extra support, perhaps giving bi-rail the force withstanding abilities of tri-track therefore allowing speed at little cost.[/quote]
i think that maybe like a mega lite train will make the air time on the hills much cooler and smoother but if we are looking at the trains being the worlds frist element it will be a amzing ride ooo and soz about the speling and punchuation and deslexic
I can't wait to see the doctor......