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What is the "intensity level" expected of the new coasters?

tentaguasu

Member
Original Poster
#1
Anyone know how "intense" the new Tron and GOTG coasters are going to be? I'm a huge fan of BTMR, but found Incredicoaster (on the west coast) a bit too much for my old body to handle. (The spirit and heart say yes! The body, not so much...) Space Mountain, BTMR, Mine Train, are all about my speed.

I'm hopeful that the new ones will be more on the BTMR end of the spectrum, but wondering if anyone knows this yet....
 

AshaNeOmah

Well-Known Member
#2
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I suspect they'll both be more in line with RnRC. With the launch start and all. Maybe not as many inversions. Tron is kinda it's own thing, smooth with rolling hills. You can see a video of the Shanghai version online, also with a launch.
 

IamGroot!

Well-Known Member
#3
Anyone know how "intense" the new Tron and GOTG coasters are going to be? I'm a huge fan of BTMR, but found Incredicoaster (on the west coast) a bit too much for my old body to handle. (The spirit and heart say yes! The body, not so much...) Space Mountain, BTMR, Mine Train, are all about my speed.

I'm hopeful that the new ones will be more on the BTMR end of the spectrum, but wondering if anyone knows this yet....
Guardians will not, it be more on an Everest Thrill level
 

larryz

Well-Worn Member
Premium Member
#8
Height restrictions are a pretty good gauge of intensity... the taller the requirement, the more intense the ride. For example, TRON in Japan is 48"...
 

thomas998

Well-Known Member
#9
What is the max G in Everest?
about 3.2... Space Mountain peaks at 3.7... which seems odd but then G-forces are likely higher on Space Mountain due to some of the quick switch back turns so while the levels are higher they likely don't last very long at all so you don't notice it as much as some of the extended length g forces you feel in Everest.
 
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