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Xcelerator's launch (more intense than KK or TTD IMO)

Millennium Force's first drop

Most of Maverick

El Toro RT hill

B:TR zero g roll

Twisted Colossus' drop after high-five (blue side)

Most of Goldstriker

Most of SFMM's Green Lantern

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Some of the more intense parts of rides:

 

- Batman The Ride: In general

- B&M Flyers: Pretzel Loop

- Sky Scrapper: 720 roll and inside loop

- Goliath at SFMM: Helix

- Dodonpa: Launch

 

But the one to beat the lot:

 

- Vertigo at Tivoli Gardens. Just the most intense ride ever!

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-The start of the Beast's Helix

-The turn through the superstructure after the first drop on the Boss

-Voyage's return run

-The sideways ejector airtime on Outlaw Run.

-Shivering Timber's trick track

Steel

-The first drop and the first two inversions on Batman the Ride

-the last third of Lightning Run

-Millennium Force's drop into the first overbank and the last overbank

-The bunny hills on Magnum XL-200

-Mamba's first parabolic Hill in the back.

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Here are a few of mine

 

1. My first couple rides on Millenium Force (CP). I nearly greyed out after the first drop - that has never happened. I did find being better hydrated eliminated that completely on subsequent rides.

2. Maverik (CP). I went on it a first time, thinking it was going to be some silly lame ride... boy was I wrong!!! That was fun!!

3. Top Thrill Dragster(CP) - the sensation from launch to coming back down are great.

4. Tatsu (SFMM) - so far the only flying coaster I have been on, but I love it.

5. Silver Bullet (KBF) - one of the first coasters to ever make me a tad dizzy the first couple of rides (didn't happen so much after anticipating it. First rides with those unexpected moments always make for an intense fun memory).

6. The Saw (Thorpe Park) - that dip then down, that's just fun and then some.

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Indiana Beach's Double Shot.

This! This is my favorite drop tower! The airtime on that is borderline painful, and incredible.

 

I should also add the second to last hill on Zippin Pippin at Bay Beach Amusement Park. It was about the same level of intensity as Indiana Beach's drop tower.

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The most forceful moment I ever had on a coaster was going through the loop backwards on Montezooma's Revenge. I had my hands up coming down from the spike, but the forces at the top of the inversion threw my hands down into my lap. That was a very pleasant surprise.

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-Getting RIPPED down the first drop of El Toro. Your brain tells you, "This ride is not supposed to be going this fast," and then you're thrown out of your seat at 76 degrees.

-El Toro's crossover hill is the most intense ejector air I've experienced.

-Top Thrill Dragster's pull up: Climbing to the sky at 120 mph, particularly in the front row while your face is being ripped off, and feeling the positive G's. Feels like a space shuttle launch.

-Intimidator 305's first turn makes me black out more than any other coaster.

-Riding Boulder Dash in the rain was perhaps the most out of control ride I've had.

-Millenium Force's first drop: Probably not a more scenic view for a coaster enthusiast, followed by perhaps the most iconic dorp in the coaster world. Pure bliss.

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I forgot to mention the second beyond 90° raven drop on Batman: The Ride at SFFT if you're sitting in the Boardwalk-facing side facing left looking into the station.

I call it the dive-bomber drop because you pull this serious g-force which feels weird but awesome.

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Two of the more INTENSE roller coaster moments for me had nothing to do with the ride and more with the restraints. I am 6ft 2 and sometimes the over the shoulder restraints get pushed down a little TOO enthusiastically by the ride attendants.

On both Cheetah Hunt and California Screamin they were rammed right down over my shoulders to the point I could not move and had red welts left on the skin! Going round the loop on Screamin and the launch sections of Cheetah hunt were not too much fun in this position and were intensely painful!

 

The two enjoyable intense for me are my numbers 1 and 2 favourite coasters.

I love the part of X2 with the flamethrower where the seat seemed to be doing a flip just as they fired. I had not watched the ride before going on it so this was a surprise and felt pretty intense.

I also did Tatsu at night, and as others have said the pretzel loop was amazing and in the dark was a real mindflip.

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Two of the more INTENSE roller coaster moments for me had nothing to do with the ride and more with the restraints. I am 6ft 2 and sometimes the over the shoulder restraints get pushed down a little TOO enthusiastically by the ride attendants.

 

Man, I feel for you. I'm 6'3", and they force them down. I just want to tell them, "Hey man, I got this, I can put down my own restraints."

As for most intense, the first drop on Maverick. I rode it the first time without any reading, and didn't even see the drop because we were in the middle of the rush at the beginning of the day to get to the front of the line. Then I was promptly ripped from my seat.

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