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The German Guy said:
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Space Mountain in Disneyland Paris has also a block brake "inside",when you have bad luck,you will be stay there.

In my opionen it will (i hope so) never comes that a train will/must stop in the Brake inside the Building after the helix,but when.....bad!But nothing else.

Must stop by the brake 3 before the train will goes to the vertical drop!
The break stops are to keep the trains the right space apart when running on the track at the same time. Also, there will have to be a stairway in the building in case it actually has to stop.
 
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Alright I guess the S## is each track segment individually.

Other notes:
-The number at the top of the "track" is the banking. I saw one segment after the bridge where it'll be 77 degrees, NEAT!
-The number in the center of the "track" is the degree of incline/decline. The bridge drop will be about 52 degrees while there is up to a 20 degree incline before the bridge.
-The track is composed of 171 segments total

I really, really like this update. I wish i can thank more than once...
 
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Swift, thanks for the 3 images! These (especially the first one) are definitely cool for me being that I would like to go into Civil Engineering. Plus, awesome info pertaining to the ride!
 
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Swiftman said:
Ok, now that I've put those out, I expect to see an amazingly accurate Verbolten recreation in NoLimits. Those plans provide just about everything you'd need to make is 100% perfect- banking, incline, etc.
I noticed that when looking at those. I was like "dang, this looks exactly like something you would need for a NL recreation." The only thing they need to do with NoLimits is combine it with a CAD-like setup so there is accurate dimensions, curves, etc.
 

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I was never able to figure out how to use NoLimits. The RCT Series was much easier for me. At least my money small software developers! I'm excited to see what someone will do with this information though.
 
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Okay I am a no limits user a long with the no limits exchange forum member and I will make this short and to the point so we can change the topic of it, no limits v1.8 cannot support a drop track how ever though, Nolimits 2 will have a feature of a drop track but that will not be out until or if not next fall or something the creator has no iddea how much longer it will take so no drop track recreation will be availble. that is all.
 

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^ I disagree, but this isn't the forum for NL talk. Theres a Verbolten recreation thread in the NL area. You can post your thoughts there.
 
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cpt Awesome said:
Ok... Do you have any plans of the trains? I think trains are the most interesting part out of any coaster part
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This is a photo someone posted a while back in the forum.
 
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Now I have a new reason to eagerly anticipate weekends: high likelihood of new photos with exciting progress! I imagine they're nearly finished with the indoor track by this point
 
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