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Posted By: DC High HeatnSeven, It doesn't have to necessarily just be banking. For example, often (usually?) banking transitions on Intamins lower forces during the quickest part of the rotation. One of the most common things one sees on Newton tracks (and even sometimes handbuilt ones, but not so much as an unchecked byproduct of the program itself) is that the designer hits a certain positive force and just leaves it there while they do things with the banking. I can see that style on the first overbank. Also in this case, maybe the speed means the rolling isn't too drawn out, but where are the small undulations and changes in banking rates you see on pretty much every major Intamin since 2001? Those are the details to which I'm referring.Simplifying and speaking in general, if you have 1 smooth bank from 0 to 120 starting from the bottom of a pullout and ending at the very top of an overbank, and your forces either stay constant or smoothly go from 4 to 2 over the same section, chances are you're missing a lot of finesse that could make your ride stand out as being especially realistic.