Saturday, September 1, 2001 9:58 PM
Rideman, you might know, or someone else. We rode B:TR at SFoT and the seats were exceptionally large, we thought(very comfy) and they also had 2 "bigboy seats" that were larger yet. Angela is well endowed and had tried the test seat(a standard seat) and although tight I was easily able to staple her in and convinced her to ride her first inverted coaster. She was somewhat scared(O.K. she just about broke my hand from squeazing so hard. ;) ) but decided she would ride B:TR at SFStl (our home park) since she had decided that she MIGHT have really enjoyed it. To our suprise( I didn't really pay attention before) she did NOT fit no matter how hard I tried to staple her, and there are no "bigboy seats" on the St.Louis ride. My questions are 1. I thought all B:TR's were exact clones (mirror at SFStl) Why smaller seats( very noticable after the pleasant ride in Texas) 2. Are the other clones in the Batman series the same as Texas? Especially Magic Mountain? 3.Does anyone KNOW FOR A FACT if the seats on Deja Vu will accomodate a well endowed female? She desparaetly want to ride it. From the info given in the video on FUN! about X the restraints are adjustable and will not be a problem (if it's open when we go in October)! Thanks to anyone who can answer these questions.
Just a couple of G-force junkies!
Sunday, September 2, 2001 10:01 AM
i am not really sure about the answer, you might try emailing SF from their website, or try emailing B&M
Sunday, September 2, 2001 10:08 AM
2. Are the other clones in the Batman series the same as Texas? Especially Magic Mountain?
Yes, all B:TR are the same.
Ricochet: Bouncing to you in 2002, Only at King's Dominion!
Sunday, September 2, 2001 10:39 AM
About SFMM's Batman. No, there are no big boy seats on it. Some seats seem to have slightly longer seatbelts on them. Also, SFMM's other B&M, Riddler, seems to have about an inch more room than Batman.
Deja Vu has quite a bit more room than any B&M with OTSR's. There was at least 3 or 4 more clicks above and beyond what felt comfortable for me. To compare, I stretch the standard B&M restraints to their limit, in other words, I need the ride op to push me in. Angela should fit into DV without a problem.
"X" marks the spot in 2001!
Sunday, September 2, 2001 11:09 AM
I noticed the same thing between PGA and Cedar Point. When I rode Top Gun, I could barely get into the shoulder harnesses (I did get to ride though). At Cedar Point I have a lot of room, whats up with that?
You are the Weakest Link, Goodbye.
Sunday, September 2, 2001 11:34 AM
SFoT Batman is different becuase it is by far in away newer than the others. It was made in 99 and I belive the 2nd youngest Batman was made maybe in 96. Riddler's shouldn't be a problem. I guess the only option is to lose about 7 pounds.
Sunday, September 2, 2001 4:43 PM
Actually, SFoT Batman is the second youngest(to get technical). The youngest is at Warner Brothers Movie World, Madrid, Spain. But if you don't count that, the B: TR at SFoG is the 2nd youngest, built in 1997.
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Sunday, September 2, 2001 4:53 PM
I know Medusa at SFGAdv has one. Its funny to sit in it if you are small.
Nitro: The Most Explosive Coaster on the Planet explodes at Six Flags Great Adventure in 2001.
Wednesday, September 5, 2001 6:32 PM
We apreciate the info, just wish we could have gotten a more definitive answer. Thanks.
Just a couple of G-force junkies!