|Cinder Roller Coaster (2024)
|SBF Visa Group, Italy
|Steel - Spinning - Kiddie
|Tyre propelled lift
The Spinning Coasters product features are large amount of models and 2 types of different cars for a train. The Normal spinning cars and Hamster wheel cars. The Hamster Wheel cars are exclusive to the Big Air and Mixed coaster models. A Hamster Wheel is a car that seats 2 riders and is able to invert riders, working in a similair way to a hamster wheel, hence the name.
The 2 Loop is the standard and smallest model of the Compact Spinning Coasters. It features a figure-8 track layout with a single curved Tyre propelled lift and a single curved drop back into the station.
The 3 Loop is the bigger variant of the 2 Loop. It features two Tyre propelled lifts this time, with the first lift leading to a drop onto the second lift, and the second lift leading to a drop into the station.
The 5.0, while featuring the same trains as the 2 and 3 loop, has a completly overhauled layout. The layout somewhat resembles the Pinfari Super Dragon. With a Tyre propelled lift that passes diagonally through the rest of the Wacky Worm-like layout.
The Big Air Coaster has a customisable rectangular layout. It was the first coaster by SBF Visa to use the aformentioned Hamster Wheel cars on trains. These Hamster Wheels are used in tendem with normal spinning cars, the amount of hamster wheels varies per installation.
The Higher Model is almost the exact same as the 2 Loop with only one difference; the height of the coaster is, as the name implies, larger. It is 6.5 metres high instead of the 5.7 metres high on the normal model. This difference is barely noticeable.
The mixed coaster has two versions; 2 loop and 3 loop. It is essentially the train of a Big Air Coaster on the 2 and 3 loop layouts. Though interestingly; its 2 loop variant has a height in between the normal and Higher Model, and is longer than the normal and Higher Model. The 3 Loop variant also features different stats from the original 3 loop. The train also features the hamster wheels in the back rather than on the front as seen on a Big Air Coaster.
The Big Air coaster and trailer models are missing from the list. This is due to info about its standard layout not being released for the Big Air Coaster, and the trailer models being almost the exact same in terms of stats and layout. Model A and Model B versions are grouped together in this list. The only difference between the two is the track type; with Model A using SBF's old triangle track design and Model B using the new Flat track.
The coasters are sorted by model.
- This list is incomplete, please expand it if you can.