I have heard that Six Flags is going to sue Intamin over the unreliabilty of Kingda Ka. Does anyone know if this is true?
Also, if this lawsuit goes through and SF win, I wonder if other lawsuits from other parks with unreliable Rocket Coasters could follow?
Anyone know anything?
Intamin: How could they not know there'd be some trouble? It's 450 feet tall! Any trouble with something that tall is big trouble.
They told us to make it like TTD, just bigger and give it a second hill. (see National Geographic special)
SF: WE WANT OUT MONEY BACK!!!
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The real question is whether Intamin knew the ride was going to suck and told SF otherwise.
Hobbes: "What's the point of attaching a number to everything you do?"
Calvin: "If your numbers go up, it means you're having more fun."
So if it worked "in theory" but not "in a real world scenario" then SF doesn't have a case? Man...whatever you're smoking pass it over! ;)
RCDB - 05/21/2005
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Kyle Says: Diamondback was a lot of fun! Made his first time at Kings Island worth it all!
Arrow<now S&S> over X:This was SFMM's fault,Arrow had a small prototype that was more reliable but no!!!! SFMM wanted a huge custom job instead.
Vekoma over the two flying dutchmans & the three Vu's:SFI should've known what they were getting into when Paramount/CF passed on the two flyers they'd originally ordered,with the Vu's however vekoma was at fault for not properly & fully testing the prototypes before offering them for sale in their product line.
Intamin:SF should've known what they were getting into when CP began having trouble with TTD.I mean if a top tier park like CP has trouble maintaining this beast what makes an SF park think they're gonna do any better?
At the rate SF is going they're gonna end up suing the pants off of nearly every coaster manufacturer for one thing or another....makes ya wonder just how long it'll be til they decide to sue B&M,blaming them for the sudden loss of revenue at their parks LOL.
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