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It's pretty much a given now that it will be called Mustang. Scroll up to the teaser sign pics and look for the "Ride Sally, Ride" one.

http://www.coasterwarriors.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=253&p=2391#p2391

 

You sure about that? The other signs have lyrics from other songs.

 

And here I was hoping that the coaster would be called Camel.

 

"Sally the Camel has two humps,

Sally the Camel has two humps,

Sally the Camel has two humps,

so Ride Sally, Ride!

Boom, Boom, boom. "

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Note that this says each train holds 32 people. That is exactly the same number of people a train on Behemoth holds (which is 4 less than the standard B&M train)

 

My guess is that it will be like Behemoth (and that is certainly NOT a bad thing!!!!)

 

The standard B&M hyper trains have the same capacity:eight cars X four passengers par gar =32 last time I looked.The only difference between Behemoth's trains & the regular trains is that the middle seats of each row or forward of the outer seats in the Deja vu style arrangement.

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Im so happy for all the formal Paramount Parks, Cedar fair is really pushing the limits with us I can see already... I can only imagine where we're going to be n the next 5-8 years.

 

Yeah they are pushing the limits with all 4 ex paramount parks and pushing my patiences with carowinds!

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Im so happy for all the formal Paramount Parks, Cedar fair is really pushing the limits with us I can see already... I can only imagine where we're going to be n the next 5-8 years.

 

Yeah they are pushing the limits with all 4 ex paramount parks and pushing my patiences with carowinds!

 

Well aren't ya'll getting the Boomerang coaster next year, of what everyone thought we were getting....

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The standard B&M hyper trains have the same capacity:eight cars X four passengers par gar =32 last time I looked.The only difference between Behemoth's trains & the regular trains is that the middle seats of each row or forward of the outer seats in the Deja vu style arrangement.

 

No, standard B&M hyper trains have nine rows. Plus, the pictures confirm Behemoth-style seating.

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The standard B&M hyper trains have the same capacity:eight cars X four passengers par gar =32 last time I looked.The only difference between Behemoth's trains & the regular trains is that the middle seats of each row or forward of the outer seats in the Deja vu style arrangement.

 

No, standard B&M hyper trains have nine rows. Plus, the pictures confirm Behemoth-style seating.

 

Correction: Apollo's Chariot has 9 rows.....

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The standard B&M hyper trains have the same capacity:eight cars X four passengers par gar =32 last time I looked.The only difference between Behemoth's trains & the regular trains is that the middle seats of each row or forward of the outer seats in the Deja vu style arrangement.

 

No, standard B&M hyper trains have nine rows. Plus, the pictures confirm Behemoth-style seating.

 

Correction: Apollo's Chariot has 9 rows.....

 

...That's what he said.

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I really hope you get to the top of the hill, drop a little bit and turn...then DROP! So you have some good speed leading to the drop. I'd much prefer that than a drop with a curve in it...which I feel is going to happen.

 

 

Who doesn't like getting whipped down Vortex's hill in the backseat?

-J 'I don't like it... LOVE it!' Z

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Also, I wonder how those Behemoth style trains are. Can anyone give me some info?

 

I actually really liked the way the trains are on Behemoth. They give a better feeling of freedom and mobility while riding. In the outer seats, it actually feels like you're riding by yourself instead of with three other people in the car.

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The standard B&M hyper trains have the same capacity:eight cars X four passengers par gar =32 last time I looked.The only difference between Behemoth's trains & the regular trains is that the middle seats of each row or forward of the outer seats in the Deja vu style arrangement.

 

No, standard B&M hyper trains have nine rows. Plus, the pictures confirm Behemoth-style seating.

 

Correction: Apollo's Chariot has 9 rows.....

 

No, all the other pre behemoth ones have 9 as well, pictures to prove it:

Silverstar

http://www.rcdb.com/m/ig1414.htm?picture=39

 

Hollywood Dream

http://www.rcdb.com/m/ig3621.htm?picture=20

 

Nitro

http://www.rcdb.com/m/ig1106.htm?picture=1

 

Goliath SFOG

http://www.rcdb.com/m/ig3290.htm?picture=44

 

Goliath LR

http://www.rcdb.com/m/ig3385.htm?picture=21

 

Raging Bull

http://www.rcdb.com/m/ig535.htm?picture=10

 

End of debate...

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Ya, the Behemoth trains are really nice. I was a little worried I wouldn't like them at first but the openess the trains give is amazing...as well sitting in the back row outer seats...it's such a great feeling because you look to your side and back and there is NOTHING there...just ground...I love it...

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Two rows...I thought it'd be one messed up row as well, but luckily it's not...it's two seperate rows...and in terms of operations, CW has done an amazing job with load times...a train usually is in the station, unloaded, loaded and out in under a minute...provided there's no problem guests.

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Two rows...I thought it'd be one messed up row as well, but luckily it's not...it's two seperate rows...and in terms of operations, CW has done an amazing job with load times...a train usually is in the station, unloaded, loaded and out in under a minute...provided there's no problem guests.

 

 

If it's two separate rows, why not add two other seats and double capacity. Is there *that* much room and openness?

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