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  1. According to the Diamondback animation, Diamondback will receive magnetic brakes on its mid course brake run. Oh wait...
  2. I'm sorry if this comes off ranty, just hoping to give everyone an insight into the madness that is operating an amusement park. There are probably layers of problems here. First, ride ops are almost never to blame for operational issues. Customer experience is a ride ops #1 goal, and we love to make it the best possible. Trust me, every ride op on Wild Thing today left frustrated. The managers are probably the ones to blame, but even then it probably isn't fully their fault. Haunt staffing levels get really thin, often just enough to operate and do lunches. So if someone called in sick on Wil
  3. Let's be realistic. Fury 325 will not be as intense at I305 at all. Though, being optimistic, I'm really hoping Fury 325 will not be as rattly as Nitro or Diamondback.
  4. ...or T3 will receive what is most likely going to be the new trains:
  5. Kings Island's Invertigo. A nice smooth, forceful coaster and it's one of my favorites at Kings Island. For some reason, it's way better than the California/Pennsylvania one.
  6. Um, I guess you have some weird kiddie coaster fetish...
  7. I updated mine: Cedar Fair: Maverick Six Flags: El Toro SeaWorld Entertainment: Manta (SWSD) Merlin: Technic Coaster (CA) Independent Park: Lightning Run
  8. Disney: EPCOT SeaWorld: SeaWorld San Diego Cedar Fair: Cedar Point Six Flags: Six Flags Discovery Kingdom Merlin: Legoland California Independent: Holiday World
  9. Well, since my top 10 is on my signature, I'll post my top 20! (2014 credits in bold; wood coasters in italics) 1. Lightning Run (Kentucky Kingdom) 2. El Toro (Six Flags Great Adventure) 3. Maverick (Cedar Point) 4. Xcelerator (Knott's Berry Farm) 5. Voyage (Holiday World) 6. Top Thrill Dragster (Cedar Point) 7. Gold Striker (California's Great America) 8. El Loco (Adventuredome) 9. Millennium Force (Cedar Point) 10. Kingda Ka (Six Flags Great Adventure) 11. Montezooma's Revenge (Knott's Berry Farm) 12. Bizarro (Six Flags Great Adventure) 13. Magnum XL-200 (Cedar Point) 14. Ma
  10. Diamondback. It has a really bad rattle. Heck, I can see the car in front of me shaking while I'm on the ride. I don't find it much of a pleasant experience when any time the ride has a decent amount of positive Gs, it feels like a dysfunctional massage chair.
  11. I agree that Magnum is much smoother and a way better ride than Desperado. Honestly, Desperado wasn't that bad, though it wasn't that great of a ride and is only worth the coaster credit. Plus, the rides at Buffalo Bill's are really ghetto and are barely maintained. Gotta love the smell of rotting wood in the log flume's tunnel.
  12. Rougarou is not going to be heavily themed. Plus, the promo already showed that there will be no indoor portion of the coaster. It'll be themed lightly like the rest of the new CF coasters, like GateKeeper, Banshee, and Gold Striker. However, I don't have much of a problem with this as I would take Cedar Fair's well-maintained lightly-themed queue area over Six Flags' "tried too hard" theming that really is only maintained for the first few years.
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