Update: Here’s the pull-through testing progress almost four hours in, courtesy of Orlando Informer once again.
Update: More photos of the pull-through testing process can be found below:
Original Article: This is a key step when a roller coaster is being built.
The pull-through testing for the still-unannounced and still-under-construction Jurassic Park roller coaster is underway at Universal’s Islands of Adventure.
A tweet posted by Orlando Informer revealed the news that Universal had started the task of pulling a partial ride vehicle through the course to check for clearance and track’s alignment.
One thing that stood out to us was the plastic wrapping covering the ride vehicle, it features the InGen logo on it (see in the photos below). It’s pretty impressive on Universal’s part that they’re branding construction elements not associated with the final product.
For those who don’t know, InGen, also known as International Genetic Incorporated, is the bioengineering start-up company founded by John Hammond in the Jurassic Park franchise.
This is a massive milestone for the still-unannounced roller coaster, all we need now is that elusive announcement by Universal Orlando Resort.
H/T Orlando Informer