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We shot some video today and thought we would share it with you. Hope you like it. For all of you who are going to cry about not seeing a POV...this is strict orders from our customer. You'll just have to come to Plohn and ride the REAL EL TORO for yourself!

 

By the way, the vid is available in High Quality for those of you that can handle it! You'll get a great view of Chris's nose hair!

 

Jeff & Chris

 

 

I knew it would run fast, but that thing just flies. Looks good

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Looks like it has some very nice lateral G-forces through the final turn into the brakerun. That was one of the things I really loved about Thunderbird. The laterals were so insane it was *almost* uncomfortable.

 

This should definately be a crowd-pleaser!

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Unbelievable that they actually still call it El Toro I thought it was the project name not the real ride name.

 

Or are they suggesting that this El Toro has more airtime than it's "twin" brother in New Jersey.

 

 

-----Hans

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Unbelievable that they actually still call it El Toro I thought it was the project name not the real ride name.

 

Or are they suggesting that this El Toro has more airtime than it's "twin" brother in New Jersey.

Or maybe they have no idea there's a coaster in America that has the same name.

 

Please convice East Coast USA parks to order a coaster with 4 airtime hills and a straight drop. I am a straight drop lover!!!

So El Toro isn't good enough for you?

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Track arrived for the park's new Mack Powered Coaster.

 

 

Mack's Maximilian Röser describes the ride as follows:

 

"This will be our first powered coaster with modern track construction techniques.

Together with a new train design, it will allow for a much smoother ride experience."

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www.facebook.com/FreizeitparkPlohn

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