Well you can figure it will appear in a SF park considering Gary Story discovered this coaster when no one else wanted to touch it. I have two predictions, one being a LONG neglected Texas park, the other further back East.
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IF more SF parks do get these wonderful creations,(which im sure they will, if X is a success) then expect a big SF park to get tit, SFWoa, SFNe, SFGdv, SFGam, SFA, SFOT, and SFFT, and even SFMW, though I'm not sure they would put 2 4d's in California, those are just guesses, so don't take them seriously but, but i wouldn't expect a park like SFAw to get one, because if it's been neglected for so long (according to many) then why would they put this coaster there?
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*** This post was edited by RagingBullGuy on 8/16/2001. ***
Maybee thats what knots will be planing next for there new coaster. But i dont think that they would build the same thing 50 miles away from anouther park with the same thing. -------------------------------------------- Building for your future enjoyment
I hope that there is one built out east, although it would be tremendously difficult for me to get out there, and ride it. I think that Arrow should never clone a 4th dimension ride, and keep them some distance from each other to keep excitement alive for each individual ride. I would like to see one at BGW...
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I honestly don't see Six Flags installing one of these at SFWoA. The park already has a flying coaster and a floorless coaster. Arrow's 4th Dimension seems to pull a lot of it's features from the combination of these other two types. I would sooner put my money on that park getting a hypercoaster instead.
You never know who'll be the next park to get one.Personally I sure hope SFA gets one.After all remmember how SFA traded their proposed stand-up in order to get the flying dutchman?So who knows it just might happen.Let's keep our fingers crossed.
I don't know how much that has to be drilled into your thinking, but if you don't remember correctly, SFWoA was in talks with Giovanola, of which is not related to Arrow in any way. They were talking about getting a hyper coaster... and the last I heard, Giovanola builds hyper coasters, not fourth dimension coasters!
As for the next few parks to recieve one... I am guessing possibly Six Flags Darien Lake, and maybe Six Flags Over Georgia? I don't know... just flip a coin and pick a park to the south. They got one in the West, SFDL would be in the East, so the need one to the South now!
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