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  1. To those of you getting rid of your season passes, think about it like this.

    •We are actually getting something while Dorney and MIA will actually get nothing at all.

    •We'll probably get a new restaraunt as they seem to add one every year.

    •It will be something to do when they close the Wave Pool for 30 minutes.

    •We missed out on the 4D clone.

    •It shows that Six Flags wants to put creative and innovative stuff into the park. No other Six Flags parks has one of these so it's something unique to our park.

  2. Overall a much better year than last year. Twisted Cyclone and SFFT's Wonder Woman both look great and many of the parks got awesome flat rides that will compliment their coasters nicely.


    I beg to differ. It's quite obvious Six Flags was incredibly cheap this year. The chain as a whole spent around 50 million as supposed to the 75 million number that was being thrown around. They may not see a big profit at a few of the parks.

  3. My Park would be located in Delaware as there are currently no parks there.



    Gravity Group woodie (Mine Blower)

    Gerstlauer Infinity (Hangtime)

    Zamperla Motocoaster

    Zierer family coaster

    Miler kiddie coaster



    Larson Flying Scooters

    Star Flyer

    Swinging Ship


    Splash Battle

    Wet/Dry slide


    Water Park:


    Vertical slide

    Toilet bowl

    Mat racer

    Play Fort


    Bridging the gap between the Hardware Store and World Class Roller Coaster model

    Mooresville, NC, 8/22/2017

    – The quicktrack system provides all of the parts that aren’t readily available from a hardware store to produce a World Class 1:32 Roller Coaster Model. Quicktrack is primarily a low cost rail tie system and ride vehicle that utilizes many readily available items such as PVC pipe, water pipe and standard bearings used in many RC vehicles. Conceived and designed by two active mechanical engineers with over 30 years’ experience in bringing consumer products to market, the quicktrack system will allow educators, hobbyists, makers and roller coaster enthusiasts to produce a model limited only by their own imagination. “Because the quicktrack System isn't a kit with a fixed finished outcome or limited number of interlocking parts, it allows you the ultimate freedom to go through the creative process and reap all of the benefits it sows. By the time you finish the first few feet of track you will know infinitely more about Physics, rollercoaster design, and design in general.”– Steve Guilmette, Co-Founder


    With a passion for S.T.E.M and it’s place in the current education system, Steve and Lee plan to build an online community and provide a place for the roller coaster designers of the future. The forum on the website,

    http://www.coaster-track.com, will launch simultaneously with the Kickstarter where backers and fans alike can begin the communal creation process.The co-founders aren’t simply going to administer the forum, they have committed to sharing all of their accessory CAD files for free, so customers with their own 3D printers can print the parts themselves. “As product development engineers, not only do we understand the ins and outs of designing and bringing a product to market, we also understand the fulfillment of design. It's an iterative process, you try, fail, modify and try again, the learning and progress that comes from this is not attainable any other way.”

    – Lee Williams, Co-Founder


    Quicktrack systems purchased through Kickstarter will include track ties, a working train, and all required hardware and specialty tools. Systems will be available in configurations for everyone from amateur builders and seasoned enthusiasts to educators and entire makerspaces and S.T.E.M facilities.


    For more information reach out to Steve or Lee via marketing@coaster-track.com and check out our social media on Facebook, Instagram and Youtube, @coastertrack

  5. Ok, last chance. Get your predictions/wants in. We all know how there is leakage the day before.


    Here's my predictions . . . .


    1. Penguin's Blizzard River gets removed for an S&S 4D free spin

    2. Castaway Creek gets removed for a water coaster

    3. ZoomaZon Falls gets removed for a mat racer


    I wish all of this could happen in the same year but probably not. I could see it being a possibility if the free spin is replaced with a Discovery or Relocated ride.

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