The themeing and all the other stuff to finish the area around the ride will take a relatively short time compared to the actual construction of the ride. The last few rides we've seen gone up with or without themeing had all the finishing touches done within the last one or two weeks before opening.
I'm guessing they don't want another Dragster or Wicked Twister on their hands with it barely opening on opening day.
I think now, they're pretty reliable out of the box.
Hobbes: "What's the point of attaching a number to everything you do?"
Calvin: "If your numbers go up, it means you're having more fun."
Are you implying that SFGAdv has had issues with LSM's? If so, which ride are you referring to?
^ As long as that box isn't addressed to SFGAdv... ;)
The rest of the track look complete.
I nead to get out to some of these East Coast parks soon. CP, Hershey, SFGAdv, ect...
2022 Trips: WDW, Sea World San Diego & Orlando, CP, KI, BGW, Bay Beach, Canobie Lake, Universal Orlando
And people were doubting that the major steel erection would be done by the end of the season.
Regarding Maverick's station: seems logical that with the shorter trains that two trains could load simultaneously in-tandem. The first will leave and go up the lift, the second will advance to block just before lift and wait until next block is clear.
But that is just a guess.
*no erection jokes here*
I think it has lasted four months. I think we better call a doctor for help!
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