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Offline Lexi Knex

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The Joker: 4D Free-Flying coaster
« on: January 22, 2018, 11:22:13 pm »
The Joker: 4D Free-Flying coaster
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Hi ! today i present my first roller coaster instruction and it's the joker who can be found at Six Flags Great Adventure, Six Flags New England and many more SF parks. Heres the video and an image


oh btw i won't do piece count because some micro knex will be used (not a lot though) and also i couldnt think of a 4D free-spin car prototype so i used the normal knex one.

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Re: The Joker: 4D Free-Flying coaster
« Reply #1 on: January 23, 2018, 05:49:08 am »
Nicely done for your first delve into building a coaster! I think the bottom half especially is pretty spot on shaping wise.

I think the top half could have benefited from having the hills be a little more pronounced. They look a bit flat compared to the real ride. Maybe if the top horizontal supports were one blue rod lower it could have made it possible for the hills to be less flat and a bit more exciting.

Zacspins like this are definitely a great place to start with micro knex track. Keen to see what you come up with next!