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Jonesta6

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Kinda makes sense it's Intamin with their launch experience, but single rail is more an RMC thing. Curious if we're about to see a lot more competition and installments of single rail coasters.
 

b.mac

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Intamin primarily put out a ride design like this specifically for parks that were low on space but wanted a thrilling attraction. Seems to me like Luna Park realized that and decided to go with Intamin over RMC or another manufacturer who could've made a larger and clunkier ride.
 
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This definitely seems more like a family-thrill coaster, but man what an amazing fit for the park. Really cool to see a classic park like this expand so much, I really love seeing stuff like this.
 
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I’d imagine that the lower steel content on this ride drives down costs a healthy amount with the high price of steel, making single rails more attractive to prospective customers. While RMC may have been first to market, it’s not surprising other manufacturers would match the style to drive down their offerings at that price level.
 
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