SFGAm Coaster

Sunday, December 30, 2001 12:07 PM
I heard that SFGAm was going to get the SFoG coaster but at the last second SF. Inc. decided the park shouldn't get the coaster.  Is this true?  Do you think SFGAm will get anything new for 2002?  I hope nobody says anything about the park just getting two new coasters.  Neither were full circut and SFMM got Goliath then the next year they got X, Deja Vu, Goliath Jr., and Thrill Shot.
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Sunday, December 30, 2001 12:20 PM
Just becuase there not full circuit that doesn't mean they are cheap!

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So what is better? SFMM or CP? I don't care! They both have 29 coasters between them that they build so we can have a good time!

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Sunday, December 30, 2001 12:22 PM
And quite frankly, I think we should get the 2 new coasters mastered before we get another problem er..I mean ride.  Both V2 and Deja Vu have caused so many problems.  And besides, where would you put another coaster?
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Sunday, December 30, 2001 12:24 PM
They could build a parking garage above and under ground and then they wouldn't have to take out shockwave and they can put it in the parking lot. Just as long as they theme it un like Shockwave.***sorry about saying take out shockwave for the people whou like the ride***

*** This post was edited by Gamfan on 12/30/2001. ***

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Sunday, December 30, 2001 12:31 PM
I'm almost sure they won't get anything big next year. If they do, I will be very happy, but after 2 coasters this year, I don't see it happening. Especially with Six Flags cutting back on spending. If they get anything, it will probably a smaller ride. Probably not a coaster.
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Sunday, December 30, 2001 12:31 PM
Don't complain about not getting anything for one year. SFSL hasn't had anything since The Boss, and we're probably not getting anything next season.
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Sunday, December 30, 2001 1:37 PM
Well Split, with the live action Scooby Doo movie opening this summer, I wouldn't be surprised if SFStL and/or some of the other SF parks planned a dark ride for this year.

Don't be disappointed if SFGAm doesn't get anything new this year. Not only did your recieve two coasters in 2001, but they're two fantastic coasters from what I hear and you still have the Bull, BTR, Viper, and all of the other "Great American" rides at the park. That's a lot more than most people can say for their home parks. SFMM is just one park and they do make a little more business than SFGAm, so I'm not surprised X went there. SFoG lost a great coaster in exchange for hopefully an even greater coaster, so I'm happy to see something new there this year.

*** This post was edited by Koaster King on 12/30/2001. ***

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Sunday, December 30, 2001 1:51 PM
Not more business, koaster king.  Its called COMPETITION.  MM has it, GAm doesn't
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Sunday, December 30, 2001 2:03 PM
More business and (arguably) more competition. Thank you.
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Sunday, December 30, 2001 2:15 PM
Well, my question is:  What makes SFOG so special that they get 2 GREAT new thrillrides one year, then another (presumably) great new coaster the next.  They are hitting the proverbial jackpot!! In other words, it seems to me that neither of these parks are deserving of a new ride in 2002 under the unspoken rule of dispersing attractions in a relatively equal fashion. 
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Sunday, December 30, 2001 2:20 PM
Koasterking you're wrong on both accounts.

Disneyland and Knotts is all I need to say as far as competition.  There is no such place anywhere close to GAm.  And believe me MM, doesn't do so much more business than GAm and GAdv like you think it may.

*** This post was edited by SFGRAMBoy20 on 12/30/2001. ***

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Sunday, December 30, 2001 2:32 PM
Saying bye bye to Shockwave is the wrong thing to do. You may not like the ride, but believe me, there are people who enjoy it. That great big line in front of Shockwave in the morning isn't a mirage. People actually like this ride.


That said, I agree with ALF is cool and SFGRAMBoy20. Fix the rides before you add any new coasters, and what competition does SFGAm have? Santas Village? Kiddie Land? Consider yourself blessed that we have a world class park right here in Chicago. When they added RB I thought that would be it for a long while. I was pleasantly surprised with V2 and Deja Vu.
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*** This post was edited by RagingBullGuy on 12/30/2001. ***

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Sunday, December 30, 2001 2:42 PM

Bull fan said:
"Well, my question is:  What makes SFOG so special that they get 2 GREAT new thrillrides one year, then another (presumably) great new coaster the next.  They are hitting the proverbial jackpot!! In other words, it seems to me that neither of these parks are deserving of a new ride in 2002 under the unspoken rule of dispersing attractions in a relatively equal fashion. "

Well thats a very easy question. SFOG is in a very and i mean very untapped market. The South. They get tourist from The Carolinas' Northern Florida, Alabama, Tennesse and the other deep south states. Now that a big Q how come the south gets no love? And for those who say Florida, well its easier to drive to georgia than to orlando.


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Sunday, December 30, 2001 3:21 PM
Six Flags is putting coasters at these parks in 2002:

SFOG - B&M Flyer, SFNE - B&M Floorless, La Ronde - B&M Inverted [Batman], SFEG - Zamperla Volare, and if they can get the permit SFMexico will get a Morgan Hyper.

Th-th-th-th-that's it, folks!

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Sunday, December 30, 2001 3:30 PM
Mamoosh, is that the final list, or are there others that aren't confirmed yet.
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Sunday, December 30, 2001 3:49 PM

SFGRAMBoy20 said:
Koasterking you're wrong on both accounts.
Disneyland and Knotts is all I need to say as far as competition.  There is no such place anywhere close to GAm.  And believe me MM, doesn't do so much more business than GAm and GAdv like you think it may.

When I said "more business and more competition", I was referring to SFMM not SFGAm. I know SFGAm has no competition. The closest decent competition they have is Indiana Beach, Michigan's Adventure, and Big Chief's. I never said SFMM does a lot more business than SFGAm or SFGAdv(which I never mentioned at all and does do more business than SFMM).

So, I guess I'm right unless you just like saying I'm wrong a lot.

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Sunday, December 30, 2001 3:50 PM
With Deja Vu opening at the very end of the season, I expect SFGAm to finally get it running and advertising it more.

After riding VertiGo at CP several times, I'd like to see an Absolutely Insane going in the park.

And Shock Wave is great in the back seat - quite intense and not too rough. Don't remove it.

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Sunday, December 30, 2001 4:12 PM
Get rid of shockwave!!!!  Its a crummy ride, taking up a large chunk of land.  I wouldent care if they put flat rides there or even shops, it would be better than that p.o.s.
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Sunday, December 30, 2001 4:14 PM
Im fine with no new ride because for me (and many others), Deja Vu will be new. I didnt get a chance to ride it last year but I rode V2.  Im excited for next year no matter what they get. :)
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Sunday, December 30, 2001 5:51 PM
I highly doubt they will put a coaster in next year, because we probally would have heard something by now. As for a new flat ride though, has anybody been by Great America and been able to tell if Power Dive is still there?  If we are getting anything new im betting that it will go there.  Also about tearing down Shockwave thats a horrible idea.  I think the issue with that ride is height.  Im 5'9" and for me to bang my head on that coaster would be impossible, when I was shorter I used to hate that coaster because of it but now that im taller I have enjoyed the ride.  I think its a great coaster and it shouldn't be moved.  RagingBullGuy made a good point every morning that line is packed and everyone who goes there alot usually knows not to go to it first and wait til around 6 instead when its walk on.   But im sure as long as it still gets that line all morning the ride will stick around for a long time.
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*** This post was edited by CoasterDude316 on 12/30/2001. ***

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