Timbers crew 08
I had to edit my post, just to say, "TWO HUNDRED AND THIRTY FEET"!
*** Edited 8/27/2007 11:20:21 AM UTC by CoasterDiscern***
I think they should of just kept the 4 abrest trians and let CW have better capacity
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Timbers crew 08
2006 - 2009 Cedar Fair Ride Operations
2009 - Walt Disney World Attractions.
It looks sweet, it looks extremely fun... despite it having no truly unique features, it looks like it'll have its pops of air-time.
This also probably sets the record for the longest B&M trains in the world (so far) since the car's length is nearly 2x that the standard B&M because of the staggard seating. THAT, I do like because now those in the middle won't feel so 'cheated'.
The layout does look a little "been there-done that", but for me... I've never been on a B&M hyper, and it'll definately bring in uber-record crowds next year, topping what they already break in terms of their yearly seasonal attendance records.
(BTW Coasterkid... it doesn't matter what trains B&M chose... it fits 32 either way. If they went traditional, they aren't going to make it 64 guests... it'd be the smaller/standard B&M-hyper trains. Either way, they still have 3-trains & the PPM is the highest Wonderland has ever seen by farrrrr). *** Edited 8/27/2007 11:49:17 AM UTC by DawgByte II***
Also, anyone notice that the 3 hills after the turnaround each have a trim brake?
I'm a little bummed about all the trim brakes already in the design, but I guess even the ones on Nitro aren't all that bad. I hear what they did to Silver Star sorta destroys the ride though. But, we shall see. I'm pretty sure we're planning a trip to the Great White North in 2008.
I'm glad to see other people noticed the obvious Goliath-like logo and colors. It just kills me the coaster/amusement industry can't be a little more creative. You're working on places that are supposed to be fun and different and everyone comes up with the same stuff. It's just mind boggling to me.
Regardless, this looks like it will be a sweet coaster. I'm excited to try it out. :)
The formula works.
Hill, hill turn, hill, hill, hill, turn
You can mix them up all you want and it's still going to be a great ride.
Did any one else notice that after the mcbr their is a heilx down then 2 bunny hops then the final brake run. They sure did make the ride short after the MCBR didnt they!
So, this thing has the same lift height as Nitro and a steeper drop, yet a slower speed. Does anyone else find that interesting?
It has more cars then the average B&M *** Edited 8/27/2007 1:03:25 PM UTC by Coasterkid200***
Timbers crew 08
Anyways on a more positive note:
Behomth will be taller faster & longer than:
•Goliath - SFOG
•Goliath - LA Ronde
•Hollywood Dream: The Ride - USJ
•Raging Bull - SFGAM
•Apollo's Chariot - BGE
It is also taller and longer then Nitro at SFGADV but not as long. And is almost on par with Silver Star which still holds most of the records. However Behomth will hold quite a few of them if Iam Correct by all the B&M Mega's. *** Edited 8/27/2007 1:21:14 PM UTC by Ѕіx Flαgѕ Đαrієή Ĺαkє***
People are accustomed - heck, conditioned! - to ride in pairs. But in this seating arrangement one pair is forced to split. Feed a single car of four seats via one queue row and one "pair" of each four has to split up. Feed a single car of four via two queue rows [like on Deja Vu] and you get people confused as to where they sit and having to walk around each other to get to their seats.
Sure it may look cool but it's a bad idea IMHO.
Long live the Big Bad Wolf
$26 Million dollars is sure alot of money!
I'm guessing that's $26 million Canadian.
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