GCI (Great Coasters International) has replaced a section of track on their out and back hybrid wooden coaster with the company’s own version of steel I-box track – Titan Track. White Lightning was built by GCI in 2013 and this Fun Spot park is where the company first revealed the new track type during last year’s IAAPA Expo, so it only makes sense that they would use the coaster to show off the new design’s capabilities.
GCI has taken over as the leading topper track provider ever since Rocky Mountain Construction stopped refurbishing wooden coasters a few years ago. Unlike RMC’s steel I-box track, which is used to replace the entire wooden track, GCI’s version is designed to work in conjunction with existing wooden track to replace only sections of the layout.
While we wait for testing to complete to film a new POV, here’s a link to the most recent on-ride video we posted for those that haven’t seen it: https://youtu.be/qOeN2w4unfU
You can also watch the off-ride video we posted to see more of what this thrilling coaster looks like: http://youtu.be/zjPuSFvC33w
This Fun Spot park is located in Orlando, Florida.
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