Question: Blue Streak @ CLP

Tuesday, July 8, 2003 8:16 PM
I am planning on going to CLP this weekend and I was wondering if the refirbished trains make the ride better on the body than the NAD trains did. I took a hell of a beating on the NAD trains, i was wonder if the new-old trains made the ride feel better? Thanks!

Shaun Rajewski

Tuesday, July 8, 2003 9:07 PM
I think the old PTC train is a better ride, but I honestly haven't rode in the NAD ones since the eary 90's, but if you don't want a beating dont sit in the very last seat the second dip can be kinda rough, I swear the downforce or g's are more than any newer coaster, also dont sit by yourself you tend to get bashed around a bit more that way. Its also been said that the NAD trains which were basically bought out of a cataloge sometime in the 60's so they weren't designed for the ride at all, and they are also suposedly about 100lbs heavier per car, On my last visit I was talking to some ACE members inline and also with an off duty ride op, who said told me that but I don't really thing the CLP Blue Streak was or is the painful kind of bashing like other coasters that can bruise you and leave you with a back ache and head ache for a few days. Definatly ride it at night though, you can see anything at all on the middle of the ride in the woods.
Tuesday, July 8, 2003 9:10 PM
Just don't sit directly over the wheels in any given car. It's not unbearable in any seat but deffinately give a much better ride that way.

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Tuesday, July 8, 2003 9:50 PM
Could be that the PTC cars flex more than the NAD ones do.
Tuesday, July 8, 2003 10:09 PM
Maybe, my last ride the last time I was there I was in the front seat of the lat car and I could feel it really flex, dont know if there supposed to flex a lot but it did, also they seem be made mostly of wood.

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