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It is such a shame that so many enthusiasts have never had the opportunity to ride it. I live one hour away from it, but it is still not available half of the times I visit Fantasy Island.


It's an even rarer credit for those of you from outside the UK. The drop is better than any other SLC by far, but the rest of the ride is pretty much what you'll be used to - it's all about the drop!

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For me it's honestly a tie between MF and SFMM's Goliath. MF you get the feeling that it's never going to end but Goliath although not very steep goes on FOREVER. Both very very good. Also whoever mentioned before Tatsu's pretzel loop, one word...Yes. my emotions coming out of the egg turn and heading towards the pretzel we as follows...


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For me it's NTAG's first drop and drop coming off the MCBR, or El Toro's 1st drop. Also really love Cyclone at SFNE's fist drop, backseat. Honorable mentions to Titan/Goliath and Superman Krypton Coaster's first drops., as well as the first drop on the late Ultra Twister And lastly, I will always have a special place in my heart for the final drop on SFOT's Runaway Mine Train

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Well one of my favorites a long time ago in essentially a galaxy far, far away (seeing how much the park has changed) was the MCBR drop on Ghostrider at Knott's. But only when it was smooth and not neutered so it basically crawled over the drop. Another favorite of mine has to be Dolly's Drop on the Tomorrowland side of the Matterhorn at Disneyland. Such an insane drop.

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I305 and MF are pretty similar drop-wise, because both of them are absolutely INSANE

El Toro and Fahrenheit have given me the most ejector air over their drops, both more pronounced in the back.

One really underrated drop, IMO, is the drop off the MCBR on Dominator (King's Dominion). That was the only time I've ever experienced ejector air on a B&M

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1st drop unless otherwise noted.




Colossus at Six Flags Magic Mountain (always feels really steep for a woodie)

Cyclone at Six Flags New England (insane airtime in the back car)

Giant Dipper at Belmont Park (fun twisting drop)

Hurler at Carowinds (only good part of the ride)

Hurler at Kings Dominion (same as Carowinds version)

Raven at Holiday World (5th drop-surprisingly big)

Rebel Yell at Kings Dominion (4th drop-smoothest part of the ride)

Roar at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom (fun twisting drop)




Anaconda at Kings Dominion (the underwater dive is a little different)

Apollo's Chariot at Busch Gardens Williamsburg (3rd drop-the twisting dive)

Desperado at Buffalo Bill's Resort and Casino (4th drop-tons of airtime)

Gemini at Cedar Point (fairly steep with a good headchopper)

Millennium Force at Cedar Point (feels like it goes on forever)

River King Mine Train at Six Flags St. Louis (drop into tunnel at end of ride)

Skull Mountain at Six Flags Great Adventure (surprisingly intense in the back car)

Technic Coaster at Legoland Californa (best drop on any wild mouse)

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Top Woodie Drop: El Toro! The first drop feels like you're gonna fly out of your seat and it is straight down, the airtime is insane in the back row.


Top Steel Drop: Intimidator 305! This drop makes you feel like you're gonna fall out of your seat. Any row is great.

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