Published: August 18, 2009 at 9:13 PM
Hmmm... well, yes, james, some track pieces have been seen... well if you go to youtube and search carowinds 2010, you'll find VERY LITTLE help on the pics... it kinda looks like B&M track, but you don't get a good view... and it's not convincing enough to be B&M, because they build all of their coasters' track the same way... and that looks KINDA like it, as I already said, but not enough...
Anyway, if it IS B&M, here are the 7 types of B&M coasters (as I've said in threads):
Hyper (as in Diamondabck)
Stand-up (Georgia Scorcher)
Ok, hyper is too much cash. plain and simple.
diving ... it seems like they only make them in the US is only Busch parks (and also too much money).
Floorless COULD be possible, like Hydra at Dorney, and that was 13 mil, which seems like one of their smallest projects.
Sit-down is also possible, but it would probably have to be compact, but keep in mind, they did make one very recently, but I can't think of it...
Inverted is possible, like maybe something along the lines of a Batman the ride clone (NOT THE SAME, BUT CLOSE), but I don't know how much those costed.
Flying is usually pretty expensive, probably because of the complex trains...
Stand-up... wow they haven't made one since '99, I think, for no reason, in my opinion.
ACTUALLY... It could be stand up... like maybe it's a new, different type of trains, so it's record braking, like maybe the shortest stand up coaster?
I know, bad idea, but I'm throwing it out there.