Hi all. I have a few questions about Deja Vu, and V2. First off, I am around 6'5 or so, would I be able to ride Deja Vu, or will I be too tall? The only time I was able to go last year to ride it, Deja was close because it was too cold. I hope I will not be dissapointed on the 4th. Also, have they worked out all the bugs on V2? Is it up, and running consantly? Thanks for the help.
I believe the max height on Deja Vu is 6'4, so I don't think you'll be able to go on it. I'm 6'2 now, and I'm still growing, so I'm probably not gonna be able to go on it in a few years.
Bolth are up and running fine Deja Vu will not run first thing in the morning they will test run it till the sun heats it up.V2 should run right as the park opens. Im not sure on the height issue but like JoNo said you could slouch?
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When I went on Deja VU last year there was a guy checking people's heights. I am about 6'2" and he pulled me aside and checked my height. He then turned towards the line and said that if anyone was taller than me that they probably would not be able to ride. I just wanted to let you know that they do check, maybe not at all times though. You should still make an attempt to ride this thing though.
I'm 6'6" and had no trouble riding Deja Vu at all. The first time I rode, I pulled my knees up the whole time, but I quickly found that it wasn't neccessary. The only time I got anywhere close was on the support of the first lift, and even then I was a foot or more from touching - so there's no danger of getting your feet chopped off. The funny thing about height limits is that they don't automatically apply to everyone. My legs really aren't that long, I'm tall from the waist up.
Good luck, and enjoy the ride!
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I don't know, it would really suck to wait over an hour and then be told you couldn't ride it in the station.
Why the heck did they design it so those over 6'3" can't ride?
Deja Vu was running yesterday, Friday the 26th. It was about 50 degrees and it ran good all night. Today it didn't run at all. Neither did V2. But V2 ran until about 9 on Friday. Not sure all the bugs are worked out. It'll be interesting to see if they both run on the 4th. Deja Vu is dependent on the weather, and V2 if they fixed and figured out the computer after the fire.
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Also, let's remember this thing wasn't exactly a pillar of consistency before it went down permanently last year.
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