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Quote this post if you think that TPR should come back to CW and do another Behemoth Bash next year! (Yes, with ERT on Leviathan!)

 

I didn't go to the last bash, but after soon three bashes this year, I'd def look ini heading up north for this!

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Quote this post if you think that TPR should come back to CW and do another Behemoth Bash next year!

 

Absolutely!! I still think Leviathan looks amazing!!

 

If 200+ Is mega and 300+ is giga; what's 400+ and 500+ called?

 

Strata and Poop Your Pants.

 

This post still has me laughing! I want to know what park will finally install the world's first Poop Your Pants model!

 

On another note, I think we got a HUGE glimpse into the future plans for CF Giga installations - there will be 3 more: with 305 and 306 feet checked off, they have left room for a 307, 308, and 309 foot coaster to be built, thus keeping the "golden child" coaster as the tallest Giga in the chain!! Don't get me wrong, I love MF, but it is hysterical to me that 310 feet is so untouchable to them!

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The more I look at the ride, and look at the videos, I have to say that I will be making a trip up to CW. It may not have the OMFG air-time, but it looks amazing anyways (besides last time i went "shockwave" was the new flat ride). I have to ask though, will KBF be getting something similar? I've hear rumors floating around about a giga but isn't there height restrictions there? (kinda like Dorney, and i think CGA?) I am glad that they are getting a new coaster, but I have to agree with Elissa in that i feel like CP is holding the other parks back just a bit... because we all know, no park can be better than the flagship park

 

If Dick Kinzel was still CEO do you think that this coaster would be red and yellow?

 

I am glad to see B&M make a giga, one thing I am wondering, will the wheels still be that weird polyurethane? or something else? When I worked for BGW i was told B&Ms have a polyurethane mixture on the wheels. I am sure B&M already has this figured out.

 

Guess i better get a passport....

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Quote this post if you think that TPR should come back to CW and do another Behemoth Bash next year! (Yes, with ERT on Leviathan!)

 

I would be in 100%. Falling 300+ feet down a B&M designed first drop to 80 degrees is going to be an experience in itself. I'm also hoping the little speed hill after the "barrel roll" will give air the way Titan's little hill does. Either way, Canada is imminent for me. Congrats CW on your new addition!

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I am glad to see B&M make a giga, one thing I am wondering, will the wheels still be that weird polyurethane? or something else? When I worked for BGW i was told B&Ms have a polyurethane mixture on the wheels. I am sure B&M already has this figured out.

As far as I know, polyurethane is used on most coasters, yet strangely they tend to blow out on Intamins much more than B&Ms. The only other material I have heard being used on a coaster is Nylon, but I'm not sure what dictates which material they decide to use.

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^^I'm guessing the 180' hill with a 75 mph entrance speed will have OMFG airtime. Unless the trim grabs hard. Bleh.

 

which i hope they won't... sometimes its a hit or miss with CF and trims. so, hopefully it will be OMFG airtime!!

 

Quote this post if you think that TPR should come back to CW and do another Behemoth Bash next year! (Yes, with ERT on Leviathan!)

 

I would be in 100%. Falling 300+ feet down a B&M designed first drop to 80 degrees is going to be an experience in itself. I'm also hoping the little speed hill after the "barrel roll" will give air the way Titan's little hill does. Either way, Canada is imminent for me. Congrats CW on your new addition!

 

agreed!

 

^thank you

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