SFWoA's new hyper!

Friday, May 24, 2002 5:10 AM

Now that SFWoA has approval for the new hyper coaster, what do you want to see in its layout?

Heres what I want in the layout...

It starts out with a 220ft drop at 75* into a tunnle, then go into a camel back, dive down, turn, stengle dive, then into another camel hop, where you then rise up and do a 180* turning dive, into a helix, where you then rise up and do one of those Sbend bunny hops, then dive into a 360* helix, where then you come out of it, and do 2 or 3 bunny hops into brakes ;)

I hope to have at least some of those features ;)

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Friday, May 24, 2002 5:15 AM
Steve I couldn't have said it any better!


Friday, May 24, 2002 5:18 AM

I can't wait until next year to see what they come up with; I'm thinking SROS

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Friday, May 24, 2002 5:25 AM
I'd like to see an S:RoS type ride, but as was alluded to in the news section, I think E:GF would be an excellent model, as well.

One thing to consider: Would they have two rides themed to Superman in the same park? I'm guessing no.

That 210 ft limit makes it sound like an Apollo's type coaster could be in mind, as well...would love to see a B&M hyper in my home state.

I'll pass on the Morgan-it doesn't seem like their hypers have generated the same type of enthusiasm as the B&Ms and Intamins, or even the Giovanolas.

And, lastly, wouldn't that area be big enough to build a 4-d with a similar footprint to X?
Doesn't it seem as though morons always have the caps lock on?

Friday, May 24, 2002 5:28 AM

Mark, have you ridden Phantom's Revenge yet? Morgan can do a good hyper, believe me... :)

There's nothing saying they COULDN'T have a 2nd Superman-themed coaster (several SF parks have multiple Batman-themed rides, after all), but I'd rather see this be the first incarnation of a superhero that's just screaming for a hyper themed after him -- The Flash.

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Friday, May 24, 2002 6:35 AM
Closing this thread in favor of the news item.

Scott W. Short


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