The RC40 packed a more thrilling layout into an area only slightly larger than that required by Pinfari's Zyklon Z40.
|Oakwood Theme Park
M&D's Scotland's Theme Park
|UK||August 1, 2017||Operating|
|Roller Coaster||Wicksteed Park||UK||1992||Operating|
|Roller Coaster||Nova Nicolandia||Brazil||Unknown||Operating|
|Storm||Botton's Pleasure Beach||UK||1991||Closed 2005|
|Storm||Peter Pan's Playground||UK||Unknown||Closed|
Formerly Roller Coaster
|Magic Park Land
EuroPark Milano Idroscalo
|April 25, 2015
Closed 2014 or earlier
|Super Train||AltınPark Bursa||Turkey||2003 or earlier||Operating|
Only one RC48 was built, RC-48.
Very similar to the RC50, but has a larger station area.
|Mega Blitz||Coney Beach Pleasure Park||UK||1996||In storage, closed 2009|
With back-to-back vertical loops and a corkscrew, this was the largest Pinfari coaster and the only one with three inversions. The corkscrew was the first and only one built by the company. Two RC70 roller coasters were built. One, Tornado, is still known to exist today however its corkscrew inversion was removed in 2005 due to rider discomfort.
|Hurricane||Center Norte||Argentina||2000||Closed April 8, 2007|
|Tornado||M&D's Scotland's Theme Park||UK||1998||Closed 2020|
The trains have over-the-shoulder harnesses.
The FC80 used the same track and supports system as the Roller Coaster, but the trains had lap-bar restraints.