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If Orochi really goes to Walygator, do not expect nice colours for the track: they are used to love horrible colours for their rides.

Moreover this park doesn't make a lot of money, so they'll probably find a sponsor (like EGF and BigFM) so it won't help to do something very artistic (their space shot is sponsored by the drink Dark Dog and they've put an horrible yellow thing around the tower).

 

If you can, try to find pics on google to see a little more my thought^^[/u]

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It's on RCDB that a new coaster is going to Walygator park.

 

--James

 

You're right, but I've been explained that sometimes they make mistakes, like screamscape....

 

However, a member of Coasters World has sent a mail to Walygator, and they didn't say it was "only a rumor" (but they didn't say more about it lol).

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I think that if Orochi will really be in Walygator Park, this little park will become a second Holiday Park. EGF was a very good addition to Holiday Park, but its maintenance costs are just too expensive, and I think it will happen the same things to Walygator.

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Huh... I never knew Expoland closed... What happened to it?

A woman died on the Togo stand-up coaster. The entire park shut down shortly after that, and it just never reopened.

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^If you notice a lot of B&M coasters have a dark shade on the top/bottom (depending on whether it's sit down/inverted) and ties, and a lighter shade on the top. In Orochi's case it's white and pink on top.

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^That's because on B&Ms the spine moves down to make room for the brakes/drive wheels, a standard B&M brake doesn't fit in the area on a normal track.

 

http://www.themeparkreview.com/forum/files/573imgp9152_157.jpg

If you look up to the MCBR you'll see how the spine moves up and the rails and ties stay the same height to accommodate the brakes.

http://www.themeparkreview.com/forum/files/img_0033_192.jpg

Then if you look at the brake run behind the station you'll see the same.

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^That's because on B&Ms the spine moves down to make room for the brakes/drive wheels, a standard B&M brake doesn't fit in the area on a normal track.

 

http://www.themeparkreview.com/forum/files/573imgp9152_157.jpg

If you look up to the MCBR you'll see how the spine moves up and the rails and ties stay the same height to accommodate the brakes.

http://www.themeparkreview.com/forum/files/img_0033_192.jpg

Then if you look at the brake run behind the station you'll see the same.

 

Yeah, I was trying to compare it to Diamondback, but I couldn't find any of those large spines on it near the break run; because I watch the transfer track every day.

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