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Can be downloaded here.





If anybody could recommend a name that would be great.


Height: 130ft

Length: 3281ft

Trains: Two 8 car B&M sitdown trains

Inversions: 4



120ft Drop

Vertical Loop

Original Dive Element (needs Name) Pic of Element The element all of the way to the left.

Inclined Loop (not inversion)

Two highly banked Turns

Cobra Roll

Banked Curve

Wraparound Flat Spin

540 degree Helix


This track has been heartlined and it is 100% custom supported

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Looks really nice, great job!


As for the element.....i have no idea although it has to have something to do with straightening out before suddenly diving down again. Something like Whiplash, etc.


wow try to fix that stuff for lettin' this ride go smooth!

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It has been released and is available for download



Here are the final stats:


Paradox is a b&m twister made in 1995. It was originally built with 4 inversions but for its 2003 season the original drop was removed and the height was increased and a fifth inversion was added, the never before seen Jo-Jo roll as well as a taller and steeper drop. Modifications were made to the dive loop in the 2004 season as it caused a plague of problems with the wheel assemblies and was the roughest part of the ride due to its haphazardly quick transitions and the increased speed of the 2003 modification. It also received a magnetic brake system that year. The ride now runs smoothly and only closes for the occasional problems every coaster has.



Manufacturer=Bolliger and Mabillard.




2 8-car trains

Capacity=1,500 per hour




Jo-Jo roll (1 inversion - added 2003)

125ft drop

Vertical Loop (1 inversion)

Inclined Dive Loop (Modified 2004)

Inclined Loop

Cobra Roll (2 inversions)

Wraparound Flat spin (1 inversion)

540 degree helix

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So basically you have taken someone elses work, added some stuff and now you're selling that one entirely as your own. While this is perfectly legal with any track taken from the NLDC-Scrapyard, you still missed a lot (and messed a lot too).


- you did not give credit to "TheArchaitect" who actually created the initial track. (at least I have seen you nowhere doing so). See "B&M Twister by TheArchaitect" here:



- you did not care much about the most of original track except maybe autosmoothing it a bit. This is no effort at all, since it only requires to mark a few segments, and pressing CTRL-G


- with your aditions, you added even more jerks on the connections between "old" and "new" parts. All these additions are executed lazily and careless in respect to the original.


You've mostly shown lazyness, therfor it's quite a Bummer!

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I Did not just use auto smoother as you will notice that the banking has changed to, the position of the nodes which auto smoother does not modify and that some of the elements have been completely rebuilt.


No offence, but I've downloaded the original, and you haven't changed much at all. A lot of it seems CTRL-G, you never did much work.


You never gave credit, and that's beyond rude. Nobody's going to downrate because of it.


You never changed almost anything, you auto smoothed the cobra and added a Jo-Jo roll. You never did anything else, CTRL G doesn't make the ride yours.

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