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  1. No but you usually get row one with a Flash Pass... plus you can always ask. Goliath ops do let you wait for the front sometimes. It depends on the crew. How long did it take them to clear that up? I was in the park that day and didn't notice it... but never mind. The high winds did make my ride on skyscraper interesting though! By the way, I finally tried the VR expirence and it was so much better than expected! Very fun and surprisingly immersive. I would recommend giving it a try at some point.
  2. I would have to disagree with you there. I think the modification makes the ride interesting in its own, weird way. I love the uniqueness, the feeling of going through an incline roll backwards is in my opinion really something else...
  3. Since I never got to see it while it was enclosed, what was it like? What made it better?
  4. If memory serves, didn't they put an ACE logo on or next to Cyclone right before they renovated it? Even then, it seems odd to put an ACE logo there considering it's an area with no coasters and a couple of somewhat mediocre flat rides. Unless Goliath is considered part of Crack axle canyon and they're finally giving it either new or putting it out of its misery, I can't immodest Ely think if any reason to put an ACE logo there. Did I miss something?
  5. When Six Flags does things like this, I know why they might have come to that conclusion, but at the same time I am still confused as to WHY? WHY SIX FLAGS. EXPLAIN YOURSELVES!
  6. Six Flags can only "fix" rides within their budget and also their ability. Six Flags itself can't just invent new restraints for Superman or fix whatever makes the Goliath train so terrible, it's not that simple. It may not even be possible as far as any of us know. Do we even know why the trains were changed in the first place, in either case? Obviously there was a reason. My point is that yes, the GP care about rider comfort, I hear complaints all the time after people get off painful rides like SLCs, in fact if anything I'd say non-enthusiasts have LESS patience for rought rides, the on
  7. This brings up a really interesting point; how much does the GP really care about ride comfort? Six flags must know about the numerous issues involving their trains and yet, they choose not to fix them. If it was really that important, they'd probably fixed them by now. I remember early last year riding Goliath back seat with some non enthusiast friends, and I was the only one who took notice of the brutality of the ride.
  8. Perhaps they'll take the speakers out of the seats and put a new system between the seats (similar to that of California Screamin') or take the designated audio row and put speakers in that because they only need to hear the audio at the beginning and end of the ride. Of corse, this is Six Flags were talking about... I'm not expecting anything more than a cardboard superman logo pasted on the front of the train and confetti popper. Even then, I'm sure Six Flags would find a better use for the confetti popper up at Six Flags Magic Mountain...
  9. ^LOL . To answer the previous question, I did my best to try and reverse engineer the trains using some pictures I found on the RMC website. After some close examination, it wan't to difficult to figure out how they work on a basic level. I'm not sure how he knows how and why they replaced the shocks on Goliath... that sort of thing doesn't seem like it would make for good business if it were to get out in the open. I suspect Six Flags and RMC would make some effort to keep it on the down low.
  10. Say what you will about the restraints, but those trains are not poorly designed - they're one hell of an innovation if I've ever seen one. I couldn't agree more. In fact, I would argue the inverse in terms of their "poor design". I think they are probably the most comfortable trains I have ever had the pleasure of placing my rear in (sorry B&M). The padding comes off for easy cleaning and replacement which if you ask me, is pretty nifty. They offer a glassy smooth ride and the suspension system built into the trains is in my opinion, a work of art. In response to the lap bar complaint,
  11. Say what you will about the restraints, but those trains are not poorly designed - they're one hell of an innovation if I've ever seen one. I couldn't agree more. In fact, I would argue the inverse in terms of their "poor design". I think they are probably the most comfortable trains I have ever had the pleasure of placing my rear in (sorry B&M). The padding comes off for easy cleaning and replacement which if you ask me, is pretty nifty. They offer a glassy smooth ride and the suspension system built into the trains is in my opinion, a work of art. In response to the lap bar complaint,
  12. Say what you will about the restraints, but those trains are not poorly designed - they're one hell of an innovation if I've ever seen one. I couldn't agree more. In fact, I would argue the inverse in terms of their "poor design". I think they are probably the most comfortable trains I have ever had the pleasure of placing my rear in (sorry B&M). The padding comes off for easy cleaning and replacement which if you ask me, is pretty nifty. They offer a glassy smooth ride and the suspension system built into the trains is in my opinion, a work of art. In response to the lap bar complaint,
  13. Say what you will about the restraints, but those trains are not poorly designed - they're one hell of an innovation if I've ever seen one. I couldn't agree more. In fact, I would argue the inverse in terms of their "poor design". I think they are probably the most comfortable trains I have ever had the pleasure of placing my rear in (sorry B&M). The padding comes off for easy cleaning and replacement which if you ask me, is pretty nifty. They offer a glassy smooth ride and the suspension system built into the trains is in my opinion, a work of art. In response to the lap bar complaint,
  14. Say what you will about the restraints, but those trains are not poorly designed - they're one hell of an innovation if I've ever seen one. I couldn't agree more. In fact, I would argue the inverse in terms of their "poor design". I think they are probably the most comfortable trains I have ever had the pleasure of placing my rear in (sorry B&M). The padding comes off for easy cleaning and replacement which if you ask me, is pretty nifty. They offer a glassy smooth ride and the suspension system built into the trains is in my opinion, a work of art. In response to the lap bar complaint,
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