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M_Force_4_ever

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  1. so...no carousel? anyway looks like you had fun
  2. I'll just post my top ten steel and wood my top 10 steelies: 1. Millennium Force 2. Hypersonic XLC 3. Apollo's Chariot 4. Superman: Ride of Steel (SFA) 5. Raging Bull 6. Alpengeist 7. Deja Vu 8. Magnum XL-200 9. Raptor 10. Georgia Scorcher my top 10 Woodies: 1. Voyage 2. Raven 3. Legend 4. Hades 5. Avalanche 6. Kentucky Rumbler 7. Shivering Timbers 8. Roar (SFA) 9. Great American Scream Machine 10. Son of Beast
  3. wow...thats pathetic, empoyees on cell phones...wow...,that happened to me at work once and the got fired
  4. -Raven 5th drop -Voyage triple down -Cyclops "OMG" drop -GASM the last bunny hill with the roof, major headchopper -Blue Streak the first bunny hill -Viper double down -American Eagle the drop coming out of the barrel
  5. Robb, will the cost of the Japan trip be about on par with the UK trip? and what about the Spain trip?
  6. I say voyage is terrain because the whole first half its going uphill, then obviously on the return its all going down (thats explains the no speed loss durring the second half) so yeah, my fav terrain
  7. Carousel is the greatest ride ever, send me a PM and Ill tell you why!
  8. how about Positive G at the bottom and hangtime at the top lol...I prefer positive because that makes for a more intense ride experence
  9. easy...VOYAGE!!!! others that are good -Raven -Legend -Apollo's Chariot -Big Bad Wolf -Alpengeist -Lochness Monster
  10. alright I got my hands on another SFGAm map so if anyone wants it PM me
  11. On Viper, the switchoff track is covered. The blocks are inbetween the two buildings. However, I also remember being stopped underneath a roof. So I really don't know what happened yesterday. Actually, the first brake is the safety and the second (non covered one) is the transfer, so you got stuck on the transfer... glad to see you had a good time...so no carousel?
  12. Sunday Well we slept in later after waking up at 4 on thursday and friday and at 7 on saturday, so we left for the park at around 10 and actually got in at around 1:30. got right in line for Rumbler and got a back seat ride. The ride is really good and is very very smooth. it has a few good moments of airtime and is really really twisted. I love night rides on it because it actually has headlights, and to quote Jeff Pike (the designer of the ride) "they are way stinkin' cool". so after rumbler we went and rode the Looping Star, which was so rough it actualy left a bruise on my back! :shock: After the Looping Star we rode the drop tower called the Shock Drop which was one of the strangest drop rides ever, because it lifts at about 2 mph and then just drop without warning once it reaches the top. a cool little ride. After shock drop we rode the Wild Mouse which was alot like Ragin' Cajun but lamer. so after that we rode the dragon coaster which of course was the most insane coaster ever after the dragon we rode the Scat 2 which was honestly the most intence and insane flat ride ever, which was seriously forceful. so after the Scat 2 we met up with the guys from Tommy and James.net and we all rode the haunted house, which was the lamest dark ride ever. so after that we rode the antique cars. then it was time for Dinner, which was a stampede of ACErs then the ERT began. We were the first ones on Rumbler durring ERT, and it was running very nicely. We then rode Looping Star about 5 times...ouch...then we got about 17 rides on Rumbler durring the course of the night, including one of the best on ride photos ever taken (photo taken courtsey of Tommy and James.net ) We rode until 12:30 (ERT ran late thanks to me providing Jeff Pike and Chris Grey with Starbucks) and then got some White Castle on the way back to the hotel. Over all it was a very good trip. although Beech Bend was a very strange park, it was exactly like a carnival that never left, but Rumbler was very good. Video is
  13. Friday: We got to the park at 1:30 after an eight hour drive. we got in and headed straight for Raven which was running amazing as usual and was a great 10/10. After Raven we went to Legend to ride this awesome woodie, which was slightly rough but still a 10/10. After riding Legend we grabbed some free soda and went to ride the most amazing looking ride ever, the Voyage! we waited about 7 minutes and hopped in the front row. the first thing you notice about the Voyage is how incredibly large the ride is. the first drop is extremly steep and gives some nice whiping airtime in the back seat. the first large bunny hill produces some major airtime as it speeds over as well as the second hill. after the second bunny hill is a dip into an underground tunnel which is about 15 colder then the air just like hades, followed by a very small bunny hill into another underground tunnel. after the second underground experience you hit the turn around, which is the most insane part of the whole ride, it contains two 90 degree banked turns and many good pops of airtime. after the turnaround you hit anouther underground tunnel and get a few precious seconds to actually breathe. Once you get off the midcourse brakes you hit the undergoround triple down which must go at least 40 feet below the sweet sweet land. after coming above the ground you hit another tiny bunny hill that produces sick amounts of airtime, followed by a turn and another 90 degree banked turn. after the 3rd 90 degree banked turn it does a quick turn around and pop of airtime over the lift hill. after that you go into a tunnel that is right next to the queue house, and we like to call it the "shamu tunnel". after the Shamu tunnel you get a turn around with some massive airtime and into underground tunnel under the midway. finally you hit one last turn around and hit the brakes. what a kick ass ride, unlike any wooden coaster ever. it is easily the best wooden coaster I've ever ridden and at night it is completely insane. so anyway, at 6 they made all those who were with the event go to the picnic grove and wait to ride durring ERT, Durring the ERT the sunset and it became pitch black and the night rides began, Raven at night was insane and had a great ride same with Legend. Voyage was so insane at night I couldnt even keep my hands up :shock: so I got about 5 on Raven 5 on Legend and 3 on Voyage. what a great night! Saturday: we got to the park at around 8:45 for the morning water park ERT. I rode Zinga once, the mat racers twice and the lazy river once. Then I walked around the waterpark to get some footage. we had to drive back to the hotel (about 30-45 minutes) but I got back at around 1:45, at which time I met up with the guys from Tommy and James.net and we all had fun! at 4 pm I went on the Voyage walkback and got some nice exclusive footage of the Voyage, and then I rode Voyage again! after that, I rode Legend and went back and rode Voyage once again. after that we headed down to get dinner, which had a longer line then the coasters! during night time ERT I rode Voyage, then mini marathoned Legend in the front row with 5 rides, but this really weird crazy guy rode with me and he had a whistle that he blew right before the first drop...WEIRD...then I mini marathoned Raven with 4 rides. then I went back and rode Voyage again. after that I mini marathoned Legend once again with 5 rides in the second to last car. then I headed over to Raven to grab 4 rides in a row including the last ride of the night. It was a great event with amazing coasters and some great friends. I want to thank Holiday World for hosting such an awesome event. video has been posted
  14. ^Sharing tinglers on coasters is fun...with friends!!! here are a few of me
  15. haha, this is kinda funny. the CP fanboy who has been on like 50 coasters is telling Robb he's wrong lol...anyway heres my top ten 1.Millennium Force (and if its not your number one, YOUR WRONG!!! ) 2.Voyage 3.Hypersonic XLC 4.Raven 5.Apollo's Chariot 6.Legend 7.Superman: Ride of Steel (SFA) 8.Hades 9.Raging Bull 10.Avalanche
  16. IB to SFGAm would take you about 2-2 1/2 hours...if you wanna meet up at SFGAm drop me a PM (Im there practally every day)
  17. Well...already visited: -SFGAm -HW -BB -CP -GL whats left: -Lake Winnie -Dollywood -SFOG -PCar -SFMM -KBF -Dells Parks and possibly: -Kennywood -Knoebel's -Dorney -Hershey -SFGAv
  18. I got on Jr. Gemini because CP gave certificates to people to ride usually Il just try to go on and if they refuse I say "screw it Im gonna go ride something else" after all you could be using the time you spend "stealing" a kid for the kiddie coaster credit in line for something better then a kiddie coaster
  19. Im still hopeing for: -Theme Parks, Roller Coasters & Patch Jackets -Theme Parks, Roller Coasters & Cheese -Theme Parks, Roller Coasters & Lens Caps -Theme Parks, Roller Coasters & Curbside Waiting
  20. haha, my dad can be strange and goofy sometimes. hes really cool and enjoys riding coaster (yay!)
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