Hey everyone. We all heard rumors that there will be new rollercoasters arriving at certain parks in 2005 or even in the next several years. So what type of rollercoaster would you like to see appear at your park in the near future? Personally, I'd like to see a flying coaster by B&M at CP and a nice Hyper go in at Michigans Adventure.
If this violates the TOS feel free to remove it. No worries, just an innocent question. I am sorry if this violates any rules set. *** Edited 3/23/2004 10:14:49 PM UTC by Kyle Fobe***
I would like to see a floorless put in at SFGAm then we would have every type of B&M except a Dive Machine.
Also I would like to see something new added to SFKK. I know we already have a launched shuttle loop but an Intamin Impluse would be nice, and maybe SF will realize that they need to tear down T2 and we could get a B&M invert or I'd prefer Maybe a twister or floorless if SF could get some $ for it.
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There are rumors going around that Cedar Point is in the works for their third B&M coaster (as per their 3 coaster deal with B&M). It is supposedly a custom B&M Flyer. Name, specs, and location are not even speculated yet. I personally have no idea where they're going to put another large coaster. I think it would be nice however to have a totally new breed of coaster sitting at CP. I mean I love Intamin coasters as much as the next junkie but there are so many different options that are still being untapped due to the height wars that are going on.
thrillerman1 said: I'm sure this has been thought of, but I've never heard of a spinning looper being built. Maybe next on the drawing boards?
Maurer Söhne´s new extreme coasters are designed to have spinning cars to go through inversions. They have an optional spinning car-design that features 6 passengers sitting in their floorless seats, facing outwards. Those cars are about to be tested traversing inversions while spinning! I don´t know if they have already done that or what the results are, but it would certainly be great fun.
I think PKI needs a new wooden coaster. HA! Actually, CP needs to tear down Mean Streak and build a better wooden coaster in its place, like something from Great Coasters. Not a record breaker, just a nice large, fast, and intense woody filled with airtime. This will never happen, but after riding all of CP's outstanding steel coasters all day, I need some change of pace, and the two Streaks just don't cut it.