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Everything posted by ΩRubyΑSapphire

  1. the second one, with all caps, I didn't do it.
  2. I saw this in the Goliath POV comment section: "This was salvaged from the new Orleans six flags that was destroyed in hurricane Katrina right?" Then someone said this, but he/she said that he/she doesn't know alot about roller coasters: "Never knew a wooden coaster can do corkscrews and half loops. This ride is sick!!!"
  3. How did you get Top Thrill Dragster to go so fast, the Booster rails to act like chains, and the drop towers to work?
  4. I agree with you that the Frozen projection was the best part of the show.
  5. The most relocated coaster in the world is Vertigo at Zoomarine, which went through 7 owners, including Zoomarine, in it's lifetime. It also holds the record for most relocations inside a single continent, with all of it's relocations being inside of Europe.
  6. I heard that Excalibur's rough and that if you're lucky, you can get off Excalibur then go back on without having to wait. You can do this because of it's location in the back and it's generally outclassed by never coasters like Wild Thing, Renegade, and Steel Venom.Gemini and Excalibur both have steel track with wood supports, but Gemini cost only $400,000 more than Excalibur, and each side is about 1,280 feet longer than Excalibur, so Valleyfair could've had a dueling coaster with each side being 3,690 feet long for just $400,000 more, although I'm not sure if the land Excalibur's on is hilly or not, so that could've raised Excalibur's price alot. Excalibur just seems like a bunch of lost potential to me. EDIT: I forgot that things get more and more expensive as more and more time passes. If Excalibur was a clone of Gemini, it would've cost alot more than the original Gemini.
  7. Granted, but because they are smooth, the lines become HUGE! I wish that I can think of something to do right now.
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