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Just a note on YOLOcoaster: I rode it twice for the Midnight Riders thing (I haven't been back to the park since), and the lap bar was useless. I came completely out of my seat and was only held in by the restrains on my shins/calves. It wouldn't surprise me if it got seat belts.

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Just a note on YOLOcoaster: I rode it twice for the Midnight Riders thing (I haven't been back to the park since), and the lap bar was useless. I came completely out of my seat and was only held in by the restrains on my shins/calves. It wouldn't surprise me if it got seat belts.

I don't know why you would question the safety of the ride... If it got seat belts, I bet it will be because Six Flags wanted them, and not because Premier thought they needed them for the ride to safe.

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Just a note on YOLOcoaster: I rode it twice for the Midnight Riders thing (I haven't been back to the park since), and the lap bar was useless. I came completely out of my seat and was only held in by the restrains on my shins/calves. It wouldn't surprise me if it got seat belts.

 

The shin pads are the primary restraint on premier lap bar coasters.

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Just a note on YOLOcoaster: I rode it twice for the Midnight Riders thing (I haven't been back to the park since), and the lap bar was useless. I came completely out of my seat and was only held in by the restrains on my shins/calves. It wouldn't surprise me if it got seat belts.

 

Pretty sure you're SUPPOSED to come out of your seat like that.

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The shin pads are the primary restraint on premier lap bar coasters.

 

I haven't been on YOLOcoaster yet, but I sure hope the shin pads are comfy or its going to be painful for me. At 6'2 I loved Outlaw Run, but the damn shin pad bar sure took away from the experience and it would rate higher in my book had they found a way to add more padding or perhaps shape it better. Bruised shins are not good and make the rest of the day difficult.

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The shin pads are the primary restraint on premier lap bar coasters.

 

I haven't been on YOLOcoaster yet, but I sure hope the shin pads are comfy or its going to be painful for me. At 6'2 I loved Outlaw Run, but the damn shin pad bar sure took away from the experience and it would rate higher in my book had they found a way to add more padding or perhaps shape it better. Bruised shins are not good and make the rest of the day difficult.

 

I am 6'2 225LBS and Full Throttles restraints are VERY comfortable. The shin guards don't bother me at all on it. The padding is very thick. You should be fine.

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The shin pads are the primary restraint on premier lap bar coasters.

 

I haven't been on YOLOcoaster yet, but I sure hope the shin pads are comfy or its going to be painful for me. At 6'2 I loved Outlaw Run, but the damn shin pad bar sure took away from the experience and it would rate higher in my book had they found a way to add more padding or perhaps shape it better. Bruised shins are not good and make the rest of the day difficult.

 

Being 6' 3", Full Throttle's shin guards are really uncomfortable and are really hard on the ejector airtime in the back seat (I had some leg pain after the ride).

 

A bit strange that I had no problems on Superman (SFDK).

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Just a note on YOLOcoaster: I rode it twice for the Midnight Riders thing (I haven't been back to the park since), and the lap bar was useless. I came completely out of my seat and was only held in by the restrains on my shins/calves. It wouldn't surprise me if it got seat belts.

 

Pretty sure you're SUPPOSED to come out of your seat like that.

I figured that was supposed to happen. I wasn't complaining about it. But I am sure some safety nazi would, that is why I wouldn't be surprised if it got belts.

 

I liked the ride. That is why I rode it twice when I had the chance.

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