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this couldn't really happen...but

rcjunkie

Posted:
10/5/99 at
4:20:00 PM

Views: 187

ever try using an inverted coaster as some sort of a graviton?
if you start it out with a fairly long station platform, then turn around without banking the turn, you can do a number of inline twists, then turn back around, and it will make it back to the platform. DO NOT MAKE IT A SHUTTLE! MAKE no HILLS, LEAVE THE TRACK FLAT!

Re: this couldn't really happen...but by Jim Disney at 10/6/99 2:21:46 PM

: ever try using an inverted coaster as some sort
: of a graviton? if you start it out with a
: fairly long station platform, then turn
: around without banking the turn, you can do
: a number of inline twists, then turn back
: around, and it will make it back to the
: platform. DO NOT MAKE IT A SHUTTLE! MAKE no
: HILLS, LEAVE THE TRACK FLAT!

No, haven't tried that, but. However, I have built a medium sized station strait into a half loop, followed by 2 or 3 in line twists into another half loop into the station. Launch speed was 47 or 49MPH and worked great for excitement. But it was a little intense, even then, they still went on it.

JD