RPM! Roadster Coaster features a unique 'Ferris Wheel'
style lift system which enables your car to enter the
giant wheel and transport you to the top. From there,
you'll transfer directly to the coaster's track.
Ferris Wheel Lift System
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Construction Status: Hanger Construction
February 11, 2008
ride itself is complete so we're looking towards the completion
of the main hanger. Take note of the development of the Smoke
Stacks representing Pink Floyd's The Wall.
December 11, 2007
appears that crews have finished construction of the entire
track and the Ferris Wheel lift yesterday. We hope to see
November 22, 2007
Thanksgiving! As a treat, here's the latest shots of the coaster
under construction. Plenty of track is coming along.
November 19, 2007
construction has begun on Maximum RPM! The first few pieces
have been assembled from the start where cars will transfer
to the track down to the first drop.
November 14, 2007
main supports for the Ferris Wheel part of the coaster is
starting to go up. Check out Lady Liberty watching the construction.
November 6, 2007
are finally being raised for the coaster.
October 18, 2007
is one of the most active parts of the site lately as new
steel beams are added around the area.
October 10, 2007
on Maximum RPM! is moving along today. Construction shows
plenty of work being done on the site. We also noticed the
massive supports for the Ferris Wheel sitting in the parking
lot with plenty of track.
September 6, 2007
believe a very important piece of coaster has arrived. If
we're not mistaken, the center piece for the Ferris Wheel
lift has arrived on site. Prep work for the site of construction
August 16, 2007
support pieces have arrived on site this morning. Plus, work
is picking up at the actual site as plenty of digging and
underground supports are driven into the ground.
August 13, 2007
appears that new activity around Maximum RPM! is underway.
Crews have been spotted flagging off the area and more digging
seems to have been progressing.
July 13, 2007
to disappoint, but this coasters seems to be the least worked
on so far. While footers are poured for the others (excluding
Led Zeppelin), this site seems to just have ground supports
June 27, 2007
snapped another shot of more coaster track to Maximum RPM!
on the track that has just arrived, it appears that some pieces
for Maximum RPM! has arrived.
Large pillars have been
driven into the ground to form the support for this coaster.
Models from the Preview Center of Maximum RPM!