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On the yellow box- look at how many of the footings line up.  The supports will be paired, with one footing perfectly vertical and the other being to the side.  Looks like the footings for the diagonal supports switch sides through that element (probably the final elevated brake run going by previous B&M gigas).  

EDIT: See the black line I added.

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3 minutes ago, fryoj said:

The purple box is the storage shed and transfer table. Red is the station.

Thank you. I was trying to find a way to explain it, but straight to the point is always best!

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Just now, FUN&ONLY! said:

If it is going to be 350+ feet in size, I am concerned about the length, considering it will go around 100 MPH!

Unless this ventures off into the old SOB area.

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Was that actually legit? If so that looked like a really small coaster. If so the clearing isn’t growing... (I’m referring two the blueprints that looked SUPER DETAILED that anon posted then removed quickly.)

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34 minutes ago, RuthlessAirtime said:

Here’s your lift hill footers.

This is a a giga. No doubt in my mind.

 

lift hill run appears to be roughly 450-500 feet long ish. Hard to say without a ruler.

I did some basic math based on Fury’s lift hill angle and it looks like based on that we could be looking at 350-380 feet high.

 

We’re getting a record breaker boys.

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That is not what my math says.  I am measuring from LS1 to a point between that triangular footer and L13L.  Comparing that to the scale I cannot get anywhere near long enough for a giga unless the lift is very steep.  The lift layout looks similar to Fury although transfer track is before the station and not after it.

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Was that actually legit? If so that looked like a really small coaster. If so the clearing isn’t growing...
The account was created today so I'm going to say it's most likely a troll..

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Just now, Codyfryguy said:

The account was created today so I'm going to say it's most likely a troll..

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Lol believe what you want.

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13 minutes ago, Reesesp56 said:

The yellow box is throwing me off... any ideas?

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Look at fury's brake run on googlemaps, this brake run is identical, that is the same footing layout.

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Just now, Ben43065 said:

I don’t know those blueprints features several other rides.... and it featured the terrain elevation also 

Yep it does.

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I don’t know those blueprints features several other rides.... and it featured the terrain elevation also 
I'm not saying they are 100% a troll I just have my reservations that's all

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Just now, Anonpirate said:

Did anybody save it in time?

I didn't. You could just pm it

 

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Did anybody save it in time?
Even with my reservations about your account i did

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You all are amazing. I can’t read all of this right now but I can’t wait to sit down and look at the photos and everyone’s speculation. Thank you to the people who got all of this information!!

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Something to remember before anyone spends a bunch of time trying to extrapolate data from the plans. We went through this with the MT plans. Many hours were spent. The data points lined up with the footers on the plans, but the reference point did not even appear to be on KI property. We never did come to an agreement on even where the point was. Also, the North on the plans was not true north. That threw us off for a while. The scale of the footers and the layout will be correct, but orientation and location is not going to be revealed by the new data. 

 

That being said I encourage anyone to try and crack the code. lol

 

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4 minutes ago, medford said:

Look at fury's brake run on googlemaps, this brake run is identical, that is the same footing layout.

I got in the mindset of trying to place the track directly in the middle of each support, and forgot about the I\ type of support....

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5 minutes ago, Codyfryguy said:

Even with my reservations about your account i did emoji23.png

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I'd like to see. :huh:

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1 minute ago, theNickC said:

Me3 plz!


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Me too! 

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^This is like having a Gameboy on the playground back in elementary school lmao


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