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^Me too. I know it won't quite be a hyper (although it's fairly close to 200 ft) but I still exiting! I like how the loop (if it really is the world's tallest) just comes after a drop an not after a launch which partially goes up the loop itself (Full throttle). I know it sounds silly but I find it more "natural".

I just saw on RCDB that it'll have two inversions so that really must be a zero g. Once more,it's interesting how the ride won't be just inversions and will have quite a few moments of air. That being said, I would really like to see a B&M sitting/floorless or invert scaled up to a hyper.

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there is the same picture in better quality from http://www.coastersandmore.de


and the german article from http://www.coastersandmore.de/rides/achterbahnneuheiten2014/achterbahnneuheiten2014.shtml mentions a few facts from the Mack coaster:


- it will be the highest coaster from Mack till now with 65 meters

- after the first "spiral"-drop it will speed up to 120 kph and then enter one of the worlds biggest loops with a height about 50 meters

- in the complete layout with the lenght of 1290 Meters it will contain some other elements like airtime hills, a Zero-G-Roll and a Dive Loop with a final oval turn into the brakes.


^So the Zero-G seems to be confirmed

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So at first... I'm the one who make this Video/Simulation and I am pretty sure that this is right, because that pics @BDG uses to say thats wrong. I only use to reconstruct the hight of the Camelbacks... And you can't really see how the coaster is banked at several points, therefore my 2 source is also good for


For the layout i used another source:



Source: http://www.coasterforce.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=36717&start=14


This is also a layout i've seen at my latest practical training at Mack-Rides construction office

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