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I am still amazed at just how huge this thing is going to be. Not your ordinary average impulse coaster by any means.
God please let SFKK get something in 2002. ANYTHING!!
We have only two more track sections that need to be added to each end of Wicked Twister.
Just to clarify there are 4 more pieces...
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*** This post was edited by CPgenius on 2/1/2002. ***
1] the track begins its twist BEFORE the top of the spike support. It looks like you will just miss the top of the support, making what should be an interesting "near-miss".
2] the spike closest to DT is VERY close to a DT track tube that comes out of the building. This, too, should be a really cool foot chopper.
2. Its just the angle of the webcam. Its close but most likely 20 or so feet. This photo gives you a good idea... http://www.cedarpoint.com/public/inside_park/rides/thrill/2002/wt/construction/picture.cfm?id=90
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One thing that amazes me about WT is how low to the ground the ride sits. Correct me if I'm wrong, but don't the other Impulse coasters have elevated stations? I believe this will be the first in the US with a station at ground level. That will create a really cool effect as you are diving toward the beach.
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