Vekoma Corkscrew (1979)
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Corkscrew with Bayerncurve is a type of roller coaster that was manufactured by Vekoma and designed by Arrow Dynamics. and was debuted in 1979 with Super Wirbel in Germany.

The ride started by a slow accent of 75 ft (22m). Once it had reached the top the car went round a turn and down the 68 ft drop reaching 44 m.p.h. The train then pulled through a camel hump and a 180 degree turn before entering the two Corkscrew inversions. Once the train exited the two inversions it then went around a 180 degree turn and into some trim brakes (In the latter years the brakes wasn't need as much). After that the train went across another camel hump and in to the bayerncurve (a helix type manoeuvre) and around the perimeter of the coaster again before going into the brakes and station.
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Jun 21st, 2018
I'm a fan of classic Arrow and Vekoma coasters, so I'm also a fan of this ride! You did a good job with this, the ride felt like a real Vekoma Corkscrew with Bayerncurve (including some realistic pumps). The pacing was very similar to the real ride. The custom train texture was very nice either. However the brake system was weird. The train slowed down, accelerated, slowed down, accelerated again and slowed down. It accelerated to 22km/h before slowing down and accelerating again, repeating this till the station. What is going on here? A classic Vekoma coaster should run on gravity or you could slow down the acceleration and the speed on the invisible transport system. Overall a good recreation, just fix the brakesystem ;-)
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Awarded on Jul 21st, 2018

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Track Detail
By zacharynolimits
Uploaded Jun 20th, 2018
Simulation NoLimits Coaster 2
Track Style Corkscrew
Category Recreation
Downloads 48 Who Downloaded This Track
Ratings 1
Likes 0
Additional Stats
Track Length 0 feet
Max Height 0 feet
No. of Inversions 2
Top Speed Reached 43 mph
70s, corkscrew, recreation, vekoma