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P. 771: Onsite employee housing under construction at Dollywood

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Of course it's enough, don't worry mordecai-75.

 

By the way, looking at the radius at the bottom of the lift/launch which is unusually large, I think we might be launched on the flat part and then carry on on the incline, unlike Hulk for instance where you climb slowly and then woooosh.

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By the way, looking at the radius at the bottom of the lift/launch which is unusually large, I think we might be launched on the flat part and then carry on on the incline, unlike Hulk for instance where you climb slowly and then woooosh.

 

This is a joke right???

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^ i agree, it doesn't look like enough to handle launching.

You're right. RMC has no idea what they're doing!

 

This kind of stuff was said about Outlaw Run before it opened, and would you look at that, the supports are still going strong!

I was never implying that RMC didn't know what they are doing, I was simply making an observation of my opinion of the supports. I'm certain that month's of development went into this design, ( if not year's ), but that still doesn't make the supports look any more special than what you would use to build a porch, because that's what they look like.

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^ i agree, it doesn't look like enough to handle launching.

You're right. RMC has no idea what they're doing!

 

This kind of stuff was said about Outlaw Run before it opened, and would you look at that, the supports are still going strong!

but that still doesn't make the supports look any more special than what you would use to build a porch, because that's what they look like.

Well, there's a reasonable explanation for that.

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I think he means something like Maverick, where you start accelerating before the incline, then once the train is on the incline full acceleration takes place.

 

Uh yeah, sorry for the misunderstanding, that was what I meant indeed. No way the train would get its full speed before the climb...

 

Let me rephrase my comment:

 

By the way, looking at the radius at the bottom of the lift/launch which is unusually large, I think we might start to be launched on the flat part, and then carry on the launch on the incline, unlike Hulk for instance where you climb slowly and then woooosh.

 

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