Watch on- and offride footage on the "universal jukebox for everything":
A clone of this layout will open as "Piraten" in Denmark later this year.
Long live the Big Bad Wolf
S:RoS SFA and DL both drop into 90 degree turns. I know this is closer to 215, but this can't be worse than MF's first overbank, right? ;)
Hobbes: "What's the point of attaching a number to everything you do?"
Calvin: "If your numbers go up, it means you're having more fun."
Pretty cool looking, hope they continue to build more of these. I agree that it looks like skiing ... I'd love to see that motion completely simulated on a coaster. Couldn't be real exaggerated, but just a subtle "edge-to-edge" twisting on the way down a hill would be a pretty cool feeling IMHO.
Wasn't it told way back when that the steel speed coaster was to mimic the wooden coaster with just drops, turns, bunnyhills, etc?
Well, here you have it, they did all that like with the other speed coasters and even put the lifthill at what alot of wooden coaster lifthill heights are.
My favorite MJ tune: "Billie Jean" which I have been listening to alot now. RIP MJ.
On RCDB, the pricetag was listed at 14.6 million. The price of steel must be pretty high. How much was MF? 25 million for something four times as tall and well over twice as long (6595' vs 2454').
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