Volcanic Pipeyard

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This article is about the older version of the remake. For the original track, see Volcanic Wasteland. For the newer version, see Infernal Pipeyard.
Volcanic Pipeyard
Author: ChaosShadow23
Version: v3.1
Date of latest version: 2014-03-11
Editors used: 3ds Max, BrawlBox, KMP Cloud, MagicY, Paint, Photoshop, SketchUp, Wiimms SZS Tools
WBZ files: ct.wiimm.de
Download: Icedrive


Volcanic Pipeyard is a custom track created by ChaosShadow23. It was made after the author felt Volcanic Wasteland was not up to standards. The track model was completely redone, more objects were added and animated lava is on the track. It also features under-lava driving, which means this is one of the first tracks to have this feature.



v3.0 VS Race
v2.0 VS Race
v1.0 VS Race

Version History

Version Date of release Information
v0.75 2013-08-02 First release
v1.0 2013-08-05
  • Fixed bugs.
  • Fixed item routes.
  • Small course model changes.
v1.1 2013-09-26
v2.0 2013-12-22
  • New KCL and KMP.
  • Remade under-lava section.
  • Fixed ramp height.
  • Fixed intro cameras.
  • Fixed texture mapping.
  • Added Thwomps, seagulls, smoke, and lava bubbles.
  • Removed fire snakes and fire bar.
v2.1 2014-01-11
  • Fixed checkpoints.
  • Fixed Thwomp positions.
v3.0 2014-02-15
  • Added boost animation.
  • Added vertex colors.
  • Added a light source.
  • KCL fixes.
  • Adjusted Thwomps.
v3.1 2014-03-11
  • Fixed item routes.
  • Optimized model.

Custom Track Distributions

This track is part of the following Custom Track Distributions:

Names in Other Languages

Dutch: Vulkanisch Pijphof
French: Canal Volcanique
German: Vulkanische Röhrenpiste
Italian: Pistatubo Vulcanica
Japanese: ボルカニックパイプヤード
Korean: -
Portuguese: Canos Volcânicos
Russian: Вулканический трубопровод
Spanish: Cañería Volcánica
Greek: Ηφαιστιακή Αυλή Σωλήνων
Polish: Wulkaniczny Rurociąg
Finnish: Vulkaaninen putkipiha
Swedish: Vulkaniska Rörgården
Czech: -
Danish: Vulkanske Rørgården


This track was originally known as "Volcanic Pipeyard II".