The trains run on steel rails. The short trains make it possible to drive through very tight curve radii. The roller coasters are basically driven by a chain lift hill, whereby the wagon after the lift covers the rest of the distance solely through gravity.
The trains consist of individual wagons with two rows each. In each row there are four seats next to each other, with the two inner seats placed above the rail and the outer two next to the rail. The outer seats are also slightly offset upwards. This means there is space for 8 people in one train.
|Picture||Name||Amusement park||Layout||Opening date||Status|
|Lost Gravity||Walibi Holland||Custom||24 March 2016||Operating|
|Dynamite||Freizeitpark Plohn||Custom||18 May 2019||Operating|
- "Lost Gravity - Walibi Holland (Biddinghuizen, Flevoland, Netherlands)". rcdb.com. Retrieved 2021-06-01.
- Maximilian Roeser. "BigDipper". MACK Rides (in German).
- "Lost Gravity - Walibi Holland (Biddinghuizen, Flevoland, Netherlands)".
- "Dynamite - Freizeitpark Plohn (Lengenfeld, Sachsen, Deutschland)".
- BigDipper on the Homepage of Mack Rides
- List of Installations on Roller Coaster Database