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  1. What in the he are you even talking about??? The link redirects. Sorry if I wasn't clear.
  2. Sounds like one side will resemble the original a bit more. Could we see a more "gentle" Iron Horse for that side, or topper? Or is SFMM just doing a Cedar Fair style diversion? Maybe "Twisted" will be an inversion-filled Iron Horse and "Classic" would be an airtime-focused Iron Horse.
  3. No! No more red or orange Rocky Mountain coasters please! Why exactly does SF do this? it reminds me of Cedar Fair's infamous streak of red rides with yellow supports.
  4. Screamscape rumors that SFGAd and maybe some other SF parks would get that. That would be a little weird to see, considering that those are giant versions of Ring of Fire, a ride I typically associate with little carnivals.
  5. If you want real backup restraints, use a Premier style lap bar that holds the bar to the side of the seat. That way, you can't fly out if the bar fails and you can't sit down and pull down the bar without realizing that a seatbelt is there.
  6. This looks cool! Snake PIt was really fun. Hopefully Cedar Point gets some drop box slides, although I'd like to see a bit more variety.
  7. I'm sorry that I don't think this coaster is amazing. I just think Intamin would done way better if they done this project. Even though I highly doubt Cedar Fair will ever build a Intamin again, I still think they could have done way better. Now I think if Cedar Fair wanted to be original they would have made the first B&M "Giga Twister". Something Raging Bull, but 10x better. That just my opinion though. I never said "You must say this ride is amazing". All I said was that calling a 325 foot tall coaster boring is ridiculous. But I don't want to get into a battle over this, so movin
  8. Cedar Fair is self-insured, right? They have more control than a normal company does. Is it that hard to explain, oh, that no coaster from this manufacturer, or at least this model, has ejected somebody? Ever? If only parks were to respond this quickly to things like removing trims from coasters...
  9. ^But why? As far as I know, B&M hypers have not experienced an ejection accident related to weight, restraint failure, or any combination of the 2, while I don't even think B&M has ever experienced an ejection accident. The fact that you need to spend money and possibly increase dispatch times to calm the GP's fears about an accident that hasn't happened (and probably won't happen) on that kind of coaster is idiotic.
  10. About 9-car trains, Leviathan has 8 car trains too. I wonder if B&M will ever build a hyper (not giga) with these trains again, and if they do, whether they will install 8 or 9 car trains.
  11. This picture from a Facebook group shows the specs of Fury- "Weightless drop"... yeah, I think this is sideways airtime. Hopefully it works out! I also see "barrel turn" being used. I remember Leviathan called this element a "barrel roll", which was fairly confusing. Finally, does anybody else notice the transfer track is after the station?
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