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About pkiknex25

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  1. Late on this topic, but per the blueprints scanned and uploaded by @Bansheeback, there are 122 "normal" track pieces, 16 lift and drop structure, 9 brakes and station, and 1 for the transfer. That adds up to 148 pieces of track.
  2. Does anybody know what's going on with Diamondback right now? It's been closed for a good chunk of yesterday and today.
  3. Flight of Fear got changed from Sequence 5 to Sequence 7. (I think yesterday?)
  4. Yukon Striker carries your stuff from the entrance side of the station to the exit side, with the bins on a conveyor belt crossing over the track. There's no stepping across the train required.
  5. The water fountain is on the exit side of the station, so no. I think it's simply for employee use.
  6. Maybe they figured out the logistics of construction and concluded that they need this area as a path for equipment.
  7. According to the blueprints, L16 is the base of the spine on the drop-side.
  8. Yeah, SeaWorld San Diego has already confirmed a B&M dive coaster. It'll be the smaller 6-seats across with normal size track model. Regardless of where it goes though, that's a pretty color.
  9. Is it possible that he's just a business guru with little knowledge of the engineering field?
  10. Not exactly new. It came from the demolished Stinger at Dorney Park.
  11. Our turnaround does look similar to Leviathan's hammerhead from the top angle, but the top point of ours is about 90 degrees away from Leviathan's, which is almost perfectly centered. I think our turnaround is something different.
  12. Some of the zoomed in, detailed blueprints of the station and queue area show 8 lines and gates in the loading station. EDIT: Credit to @Banding Banshee
  13. I've always gone by a qualifying height OR drop length for determining hypers, especially when a drop reaches the threshold. I don't see why we shouldn't be calling our coaster with a 301 ft drop a giga. Granted, I also thought that this method was the norm, but who knows.
  14. It's gonna be 4 seats across per row with 8 rows per train, just like Fury 325.
  15. I did that went the first blueprints of the foundations were found. The track in the lot for Project MCT matched perfectly with the footer labels, and still match perfectly today. Project MCT is our coaster.
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