Out of what I have ridden, Timber Wolf. I see now another topic discusses it being "tamed", but when I rode it a few weeks ago, I actually tightened my lap bar during the first ride because the airtime was so intense.
------------- Current favorite coasters: Wooden: 1) Beast 2) Raven 3) Son of Beast 4) The Boss 5) Timber Wolf Steel: 1) Raging Bull 2) Millennium Force 3) V2 4) Wild Thing 5) Mr. Freeze
That vote would have to go to Phantom's Revenge, backseat. BLOWS Magnum out of the water. now, if you want to talk PAINFUL airtime, talk about XL200. now, i rank PR higher than that on my list. Of course, MF still kicks all of them out :) but, it doesn't have the forceful PR air. Josh ------------- -*Flyers, your flight is clear, ready to go in 3-2-1- FLY!*-
I'm gonna have to say Great American Scream Machine at SFOG. Man, in the back seat, I get off with my sternum hurting. The airtime is incredible on that ride. Each hill gives more air than the one that came before it. It's my favorite ride in the park.
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I don't really know if this counts, but Perilous Plunge has the most incredibly forceful airtime. It actually almost hurts your thighs going down that drop.
*** This post was edited by Impulse on 8/12/2001. ***
Lately it been running better than ever. The other day I rode it 7 times. I got airtime on every hill and I not talking about get just lifted out of your seat I am talking about getting lifting so far out of your seat that our legs are pinned up against the lap bar and the lap bar can't go any higher. All of Millennium Force's hills give the most floater airtime. Going over that third hill I feel that I will float right on over to Challenge Park/Soak City/Magnum.
Yeah, i'll have to admit that, of all the times i've ridden S:ROS, i've never been in the back. Usually people just stand at the entrance to the station, blocking the front rows. That is why I always jump to the front rows: short lines. Compared to the middle though, the front is much better.
MillenniumForce04 said: "One coaster At Big Chief's Karts and Coasters iN wisconsin has such powerful airtime that you have to be 18 to sit in the very back seat!"
That coaster is Cyclops. It is the strongest airtime wooden coaster I've been on. They have a rule where you must be 18 to ride back seat, but when I was there it was not enforced (thank god!)
For a steel coaster, back seat Demon @ SFGAm. That whips you out on the first drop. You slowly lift out, then whip out just as your barely off your seat, into the harness, and WHAM, back on your seat going through the loop.