Posted Monday, November 17, 2014 3:37 PM | Contributed by Jeff
The developer behind the Orlando "polercoaster" reveals the layout for the new ride prior to the start of IAAPA.
I'm sure you could find the video via US Thrill Rides...or SkyPlex....or somewhere other than *that* site... LOL!
I'm going to start posting official park videos just as another option to that site lol.
Don't cry because it's over, smile because it happened.
But then we won't get to hear "And we're DIPPING!!! And we're DIPPING!!!"
Loooop de LOOOOOOOP!
"Upside-down airtime... Weeee!"
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I'm still waiting on the return of the patch jacket.
4 minute ride time? Nice! I'm curious to know the ride length.
Thanks to this monster, the Orlando Eye & the new Star Flyer, I'm gonna have to extend the 2017 Disney/Universal/IOA trip at least a couple of days.
Or, at least a day, right?
Don't forget about Fun Spot down to the other end, either.
It's included in the "Orlando '17" trip. Thanks for the advice though. I'm also planning to do the 300 ft rip-cord as well and several other attractions/activities. I'm considering including a Disney Cruise as well, if finances allow. I can't decide between the "Dream" or "Fantasy" ships. They both look great.
I'm extremely excited for this ride, depending on the usage of block brakes the pacing looks good, very relentless and a nice long ride. Going through some of those elements at such great heights is sure to be thrilling.
As far as scariness goes, I'm far more nervous about riding a 400' star flyer than I am this ride, though. Maybe one of these will dethrone the 300' skycoaster as the most terrifying ride I've been on. That thing still gets me even after a couple rides.
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