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The latest concept are of Triumph Kingdom currently being built in China show one of the new coasters in much more detail and although it's worth keeping in mind it is just concept art it looks like Xcelerator is getting a sister ride in China.

 

 

The new concept image for the park shows the rocket at the front of the park near the entrance

 

Construction of the park itself has moved forwards quickly, while much of the entrance area already complete there is still much work to do in the other areas of the park. The first coaster, a Chinese Spinning coaster is already complete but there is currently no sign of the Rocket or the 3rd coaster (Currently thought to be an S&S Free Fly)

 

 

Source: http://vhcoasters.com/

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Is it confirmed that this will be an Intamin creation? Based on what has been built in China recently, it could as well be manufactured by S&S.

 

Triumph Kingdom looks really nice after all, and a launched coaster is always a great addition, no matter who builds it

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Is it confirmed that this will be an Intamin creation? Based on what has been built in China recently, it could as well be manufactured by S&S.

All those S&S rides were bought by the Happy Valley chain. We think it's an Xccelerator clone because how the support structure and layout look (who else makes a 100-foot tall arc with no supports?).

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^You are probably right, especially as it looks like a perfect clone of Xcelerator. (Btw, I hope the colors are more durable this time ). Nice to see another Intamin project, though, especially as Xcelerator seems to have a fairly good reputation under the enthusiasts.

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Concept pictures have appeared on a Chinese site which suggest the new U-Shaped coaster described in the press release for Triumph Valley may well be a new unseen larger version of the established Intamin Half-Pipe model. The new model appears to have larger trains and the spikes have been bent inwards to provide two beyond vertical drops.

 

 

 

Source: http://vhcoasters.com/

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In early 2011, there were rumors about a new Intamin coaster model called "Topside Impulse Coaster" to be opened in a park in China in late 2011 or 2012. It was supposed to have wing rider trains similar to Furius Baco, but with riders facing in each direction like on the ZacSpins. Now this perfectly looks like that rumored coaster

And, this beast looks insanely huge (said to be about 200 ft tall). The airtime on the top of the spikes definately looks sick

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It seems like the experience would be better if the station was on the path of an ellipse or arc. The way it is with this (and the impulse coasters) is you have the airtime, then a spike of Gs, a brief moment of 1G, then the spike again, then the airtime again.

 

Some cheap-o flat ride company makes a deathtrap called "G Force" that has the same sort of straight track before the spikes.

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^^ The info on the site suggests intamin rather than vekoma. It mentions a swiss company and that it will be launched (the vekoma version uses a chain lift)

 

Here's what Google translation has to say on the subject.

 

U-shaped coaster which is Switzerland’s international well-known roller coaster rides agreed to supply a specially developed stereotypes of the kinds of rides around the world only this one; big pendulum, rolling thunder tour, passion and other projects is the current track similar projects in Asia ranked first. Reporters learned that, U-shaped roller coaster is the use of linear motor technology, combined with the latest flying the cockpit to create the linear acceleration, free fall and weightlessness experience. The play tracks the two best side in the vertical tower on one of the best side rail, such as camel twist distortion, in order to create the passengers were thrown out of the experience.
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Might be a Vekoma. Don't all the Chinese manufacturers construct their coasters unpainted?

 

EDIT: The layout is mirrored. Probably isn't a Vekoma then.

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Just a small update on the park. It looks now like it's supposed to open June 15. We're going to try and hit it up on the TPR China Trip! Website still claims the Intamin giant Impulse/Halfpipe type coaster, Knockoff SLC, Spinning Mouse, and that knockoff Mack Supersplash.

 

They're using some great photos on the site as well to promote the park!

 

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There are hundreds more!

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