No ArrowBATic roller coasters were ever built, however it can be said that the ArrowBATic model is a precedessor to the popular El Loco model built by S&S Worldwide.
Design[edit | edit source]
The ArrowBATic was based upon the wild mouse roller coasters built by Arrow. There were two versions of the ArrowBATic; called Family and Extreme.
Layout[edit | edit source]
The family version featured tight switchbacks (with 90-degree banked turns), a 900-degree downward helix and two over-banked turns.
Trains[edit | edit source]
The ArrowBATic featured eight cars. Each car has two rows. The front row seats two riders whereas the back row seats 3. Instead of closing down over one's shoulders, the restraints would close from either side, connecting via a seatbelt over the stomach.
Statistics[edit | edit source]
|Height||96 feet||152 feet|
|Speed||34 mph||59 mph|
|Length||1,710 feet||2,484 feet|
|Footprint||110 feet x 240 feet||190 feet x 330 feet|
|Duration||80 seconds||85 seconds|
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- A website containing pictures of the ArrowBATic concept.
- Rare RollerCoaster Resources - a website containing pictures of a train from the ArrowBATic
- Photographs of the restraint system from IAAPA 1999