Moderator Note: This Thread has been split from the Top Eliminator Thread and is for ALL Discussion of Speculation in regards to Lagoon's Rumored "Mega Coaster."
(04-04-2012, 08:30 PM)linearinduction Wrote: The Following Information has been Confirmed to us by LagoonisFun Sources:For me, the only manufacture I can think of to make a coaster that is around 200 ft. high and feature inversions would be Intamin.
Manufacturer: Lagoon Corporation, Inc., Farmington, Utah, USA
Type: Steel Roller Coaster with Vertical Elevator Lift
Concept and Design: Dal Freeman (Vice President of Engineering) and Dustin Allen (Engineer) of Lagoon Corporation, Inc., Farmington, Utah, USA
Engineering: ART Engineering GmbH, Oberried, Germany
General Contractor: Lagoon Corporation Maintenance and Construction, Farmington, Utah, USA
Colors: Red Track with Tan Columns
Trains: 5 to 6
Inversions: 3 (Immelmann Loop, Dive Loop, Unknown Inversion)
Height: 208 Feet
Drop: 200 +/- Feet
Speed: 60+ MPH
Length: 2,000 + Feet
Cost: 10+ Million Dollars
Opening Date: Spring 2015
3 Rows of 4 Persons. 12 Persons Per Train.
Overhead Lapbar Restraints
Will Feature an Enclosed Dual Elevator Lift.
Inversions will Include an Immelman Loop, Dive Loop, and a Third Unknown Inversion, Rumored to be a Barrel Roll.
First Major Steel Roller Coaster to be Entirely Designed and Constructed "In House" outside of the Walt Disney Company.
Lagoon received a Height Variance for 208 Feet in 2012 for this project.
Track and Column/Upright Fabricator: Intermountain Lift, Inc.
Train Fabricator: ART Engineering GmbH, Oberried, Germany
Elevator Fabricator: ART Engineering GmbH, Oberride, Germany (Lift Platforms and Machinery) and Intermountain Lift, Inc., Springville, Utah (Elevator Track)
PLC Safety System: Actemium Controlmatic GmbH, Frankfurt, Germany
This Coaster MAY feature a Beyond Vertical Drop.