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Re: Energylandia (Poland)

Postby simon221 » Tue Nov 29, 2016 2:08 pm

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simon221 wrote:A person from the Polish forum has already done this coaster in NL2.

Height: 79 m
Drop: 83 m
Speed: 143 km/h
Lenght: 1550 m
+4.8 G max

1. Ejector Airtime Hill: 59 m -1.3 g
2. Twist and Dive: 61 m 0.0 g
3. S-hump: 8 m -1.5 g
4. Floater Airtime Hill: 40 m -0.5 g
5. Speed Bump: 5 m -1.5 g
6. Panoramic Wave Turn 37 m 0.0 g
7. Stengel Dive 15 m 0.0 g
8. Jump into Brakes 16 m -0.5 g

This coaster is so amazing!!!


Where does those values come from? Is it only a fan-made NoLimits track or something more reliable? :)


It's just a guy from a polish forum, but he has already done the Formula 1 Rollercoaster in NL2, just after Vekoma has revealed Formula 1 layout and all specifications of this ride tested in NL2 turned out to be true.

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Re: Energylandia (Poland)

Postby SteelForceless » Tue Nov 29, 2016 3:17 pm

simon221 wrote:
KingRCT3 wrote:
simon221 wrote:A person from the Polish forum has already done this coaster in NL2.

Height: 79 m
Drop: 83 m
Speed: 143 km/h
Lenght: 1550 m
+4.8 G max

1. Ejector Airtime Hill: 59 m -1.3 g
2. Twist and Dive: 61 m 0.0 g
3. S-hump: 8 m -1.5 g
4. Floater Airtime Hill: 40 m -0.5 g
5. Speed Bump: 5 m -1.5 g
6. Panoramic Wave Turn 37 m 0.0 g
7. Stengel Dive 15 m 0.0 g
8. Jump into Brakes 16 m -0.5 g

This coaster is so amazing!!!


Where does those values come from? Is it only a fan-made NoLimits track or something more reliable? :)


It's just a guy from a polish forum, but he has already done the Formula 1 Rollercoaster in NL2, just after Vekoma has revealed Formula 1 layout and all specifications of this ride tested in NL2 turned out to be true.

Just to see where this falls, how does it stack up to airtime giants in the US such as El Toro and Skyrush?

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Re: Energylandia (Poland)

Postby TB305 » Tue Nov 29, 2016 4:05 pm

^Skyrush is -2.0 G's I believe.

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Re: Energylandia (Poland)

Postby Kinematics » Thu Dec 01, 2016 7:03 pm

SteelForceless wrote:Just to see where this falls, how does it stack up to airtime giants in the US such as El Toro and Skyrush?


I305's first hill is -1.5 g's

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Re: Energylandia (Poland)

Postby BigBad » Thu Dec 01, 2016 9:28 pm

Where does one get something like an I305 ride manual?

Skyrush has been said to spike at -2G in the cross-under hill. I think this is not in every seat and in all weather conditions, but it's also a spike. For me, the point of Skyrush is sustained ejector air, not just a quick pop to -2G.

When I do FVD++ for NL2 and shoot for Skyrush-style air, I sustain -1.5 and then go a bit stronger right at the top to -1.75. The strongest force I've seen when I've done this has been about -1.9, so I think that's probably a good approximation of Skyrush.

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Re: Energylandia (Poland)

Postby Henry M » Fri Dec 02, 2016 11:38 am

Long forced (like this coaster) are way better than short higher forces and affect the body more. Oblivion airtime is longer but less force than the last balder hill, but is better. That is why this ride look amazing with the sustained airtime.
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Re: Energylandia (Poland)

Postby boldikus » Fri Dec 02, 2016 12:45 pm

BigBad wrote:Skyrush has been said to spike at -2G in the cross-under hill. I think this is not in every seat and in all weather conditions, but it's also a spike. For me, the point of Skyrush is sustained ejector air, not just a quick pop to -2G.


That 2nd/crossunder hill is the most batsh*t insane moment of airtime I have ever felt on any coaster ever.

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Re: Energylandia (Poland)

Postby Gutterflower » Thu Mar 23, 2017 11:09 am

How exciting. Another coaster for the park in 2017. :p
Not quite an Intamin hyper though im afraid.

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Re: Energylandia (Poland)

Postby TheoB » Thu Mar 23, 2017 11:32 am

Gutterflower wrote:How exciting. Another coaster for the park in 2017. :p
Not quite an Intamin hyper though im afraid.

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I feel like they may of attached the wrong sign :lmao:
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Re: Energylandia (Poland)

Postby Henry M » Thu Mar 23, 2017 11:35 am

TheoB wrote:
Gutterflower wrote:How exciting. Another coaster for the park in 2017. :p
Not quite an Intamin hyper though im afraid.

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I feel like they may of attached the wrong sign :lmao:

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I did not see that the first time! Lops! It just shows this is still a small park, which makes small mistakes, which makes it all the more awesome to see their massive 2018 coaster!
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