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Everything posted by timetrial3141592

  1. That was probably me. I can confirm from the Flash Pass office that the policy for the season is unlimited FP access for Platinum only, but no double rides.
  2. This is awesome news -- do you happen to know if the prices posted include tax or not? They either include the tax or there is no tax on FlashPasses. So your Platinum will be $90 per person per day.
  3. I was at the park today. I spoke with the FlashPass crew and confirmed how Wicked Cyclone will work with the Platinum FlashPass. It will be Platinum-exclusive, allow unlimited rides, but no double rides. You'll have to reserve it again each time. I'd post images, but I didn't take any photos...
  4. I'd just like to point out that RMC are taking their lead from SFMM here. If SFMM wanted a dual-tracked, full-length Colossus revamp, they would have commissioned that from RMC. Instead, they wanted a self-racer (for lack of a better word.) This coulda-woulda-shoulda stuff is rather pointless. Let's leave what might be to the NL2/RCT3 set and focus on what we have: a kickass ride with real airtime. Just saying.
  5. Which means it won't duel after opening summer, in line with SFMM's tendencies.
  6. I will be at SFNE tomorrow. I'll be the one marathoning Bizarro wearing a T-shirt with "Alaeriia" on it.
  7. A random thought: So far, there have been two B&M gigacoasters built. Leviathan at Canada's Wonderland and Fury 325 at Carowinds. So far, there have been four B&M hypercoasters with staggered seating built: Behemoth at Canada's Wonderland, Intimidator at Carowinds, Diamondback at Kings Island, and Shambhala at PortAventura. The latter is not a Cedar Fair park, so we can ignore it for the time being. Two of the three remaining V-seat B&M hypers are at parks that later built a B&M giga. The third is Kings Island. Granted, this probably means nothing, but it's an interesting coincidence.
  8. For me, I would say that the biggest letdown was Top Thrill Dragster. However, this could be due to the fact that I rode Maverick immediately previous...
  9. I'll be there Opening Day with a shirt that says "Alaeriia" on it, if anyone cares. Also, one of the nice things about Cyclone's refurb (besides the RMC goodness) was that while the thing was closed, that part of the park was quiet enough to have a conversation without yelling.
  10. I think it's Troy. It does look like Troy. Not sure why SF would choose a picture of a coaster halfway across the world, though...
  11. Bizarro and Millennium force are the biggest ones that I can think of that do that.
  12. There's a good view from the bridge crossing from I-84 to Agawam. I sometimes get hung up in the view and miss the exit onto the rotary, requiring me to turn around at the next exit.
  13. Wallet Keys Phone If it can't fit in a zippered pocket, it's not coming with me.
  14. 1989... A good year. Magnum XL-200 Great American Scream Machine (the Arrow one) Tower of Terror @ Camelot Theme Park (Scorpion clone) ... and Goudurix. Can't win 'em all, folks...
  15. First: Bizarro @ SFNE Last: Bizarro @ SFNE I also rode the thing about 450 other times this year.
  16. I spend far more time transferring trains in NL2 than anyone really should.
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