Hey everyone! Quite a big update today! The car that was on display at IAAPA is now on display at the front of the park. Some nerd shots are below. All of the track in the main arena of the ride is in place with a couple of alignments to be completed. All that's left is completing the final twist and dive into the final brake run. Lots of electrical work going in now as well.
I must also point out that the touch ups on the mountain look fantastic. You can't even tell that there used to be a flume drop there.
Enjoy the update!
First peek at the car inside the park! Yay for lapbars only! (with seatbelt)
The work they did on the mountain looks great! Can't even tell there used to be a flume drop here.
A look inside the station.
Closer look in the station, looks like some controls are in place.
Not too much longer, the final pieces of track will be installed here.
Just a bit of alignment to be done, then the main arena track installation will be complete.
A closer look at the car that was on display at IAAPA.
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