...I am assuming that the pathways will be moved? Tats like 5 feet above the ground in places, literally, right in the middle of a walkway (itlooks)... I would assume they would take out those paths :)
i dont see how 107 could reach 350 feet. there is just no way. thats so high. id say more like 250 whiuch is still really high. this thing looks sooo much better than the one at pki. i almost feel like the one at pki was a waste of money now since they dont look that exciting with just one hill and a long straight track. now i really think cp should get one of these in 2002 and get a set of cci woodies, one an outnback and one a ghostrider type layout that goes around the outnback 100 times. thatd be the day late bryan ------------- "When I'm dead & in my grave, No more pot & whiskey will I crave, On my tombstone it shall be seen. Here lie the bones of a smoking machine."
Bryang, I agree with you about the 350 feet. Stan Checketts mentioned 320 or so feet in an article somewhere, that sounds about right to me, not 350.
Actually, I think that's right, check this out: The height difference from horizontal to the top of the vertical track is 328 ft on Superman:TE. I have seen it kiss those emergency brakes before, and also seen it not go too far up due to a heavy train. (Of course, it's launch isn't adjusted every time like on the TA2Ks) A thrust air going 107 might be able to crest a hill of about 320 feet. ------------- - Peabody (Counting the days till I leave for Tokyo!)
Can we talk about anything without bringing Cedar Point into the discussion? I grow tired of thread after thread with dozens of posts about what Cedar Point needs and what they will do. Ugh... enjoy 2001 and worry about what Cedar Point is going to build when they actually announce it!
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