Where will the photo be on SUF at SFGAdv.

Wednesday, October 23, 2002 5:11 PM
I watched a very detailed video on www.gadv.com and it doesn't show a flash. Where is the photo on the one at SFOG because it will probably be in the same spot.
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Wednesday, October 23, 2002 5:16 PM
Bottom of the pretzel. The most intense location on any coaster. It literally sucks the breath right out of you. You cannot even scream.

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Wednesday, October 23, 2002 5:37 PM
back seat, most intense moment on any B&M coaster ....Chitowners and Jerseyites rejoice, you're getting a winner! Seriously, if you've ridden the Vekomas, give these a try....much more comfortable, better capacity, and let's not even get into the reliability...;). The ONLY changes I'd have made would've been a standard vertical loop and a supertight helix, but I don't think *we* are your "average park-goers"...

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Wednesday, October 23, 2002 5:40 PM
So SFOG has an on ride photo at the bottom of the pretzel.
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Wednesday, October 23, 2002 5:48 PM
Somebody asking where the ride photo will be? This has to be one of the most interesting questions ever posed on here, and the ride is in it's infant stage.
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Wednesday, October 23, 2002 7:27 PM
Yea, the on ride photo for SUF at SFoG is at the bottom of the pretzel, the one part where you cant make yourself smile at the camera or anything its so intense. Also, to all you SFGAdv goers, one funny thing to watch and listen to is a SUF train going through the pretzel most of the time. All the riders are screaming entering and exiting the pretzel, but the train gets almost dead quiet in the bottom of the pretzel its so intense. Its kinda funny to watch.
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Wednesday, October 23, 2002 7:45 PM

To those who've ridden SUF, anyone else enjoy the challenge of holding your arms out through the entire pretzel loop? In retrospect, that's the one on-ride photo I wish I'd bought (as a keychain to turn into a fridge magnet)

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Wednesday, October 23, 2002 8:09 PM

I tried Greg, I smacked myself in the face. ;) Backseat ride is off the hook. Wow!

I really didn't dig the photo that much as it was just didn't look right.

But seriously it knocks the air right out of your chest. That thing makes the Dutchmans loops a walk in the park. No Mistakes about it this is one extreme ride that I would love to have near me and looks like I can make the 3 hour drive to GAM for it WOO HOO!

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Wednesday, October 23, 2002 8:23 PM

GregLeg said:

To those who've ridden SUF, anyone else enjoy the challenge of holding your arms out through the entire pretzel loop? In retrospect, that's the one on-ride photo I wish I'd bought (as a keychain to turn into a fridge magnet)



I usually do that going through the pretzel loop. Perhaps after 20+ rides I have gotten conditioned to it. Here's my attempt in the front row (I'm in the middle along with 'buzzers Joe and Jonathan): http://www.starcoasters.com/webmaster/superman.jpg

Not only is it hard to hold your arms straight out, it pushed the skin on my face back, as seen in the photo. It's that intense!

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