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Old 02-15-2008, 10:16 PM   #21
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Did you see on the first drop how the hole structure moved
It's wooden, so if it doesn't give, it'll break. It's SUPPOSED to move.

For $4.25 I'm definitely taking the kids down there! I think they are tall enough to ride! Syvan is 56" and Jakob is 58". I'm only 60" myself... I think my son will outgrow me this year.
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Yeah, sweet coaster. Longer, Taller, and Faster than the Cyclone was. All on one acre with 26 track crossings. The most ever designed into a coaster. The best bet is to buy the wrist band for 20.00 and ride all you want. The 4.75 is before tax and for such a short ride. We need to get togethere a coaster party and see who can ride the most in one night with a beer between each ride.
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Old 02-15-2008, 10:31 PM   #23
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Yeah, sweet coaster. Longer, Taller, and Faster than the Cyclone was. All on one acre with 26 track crossings. The most ever designed into a coaster. The best bet is to buy the wrist band for 20.00 and ride all you want. The 4.75 is before tax and for such a short ride. We need to get togethere a coaster party and see who can ride the most in one night with a beer between each ride.
+1 I'm down for this!
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Yeah, sweet coaster. Longer, Taller, and Faster than the Cyclone was. All on one acre with 26 track crossings. The most ever designed into a coaster. The best bet is to buy the wrist band for 20.00 and ride all you want. The 4.75 is before tax and for such a short ride. We need to get togethere a coaster party and see who can ride the most in one night with a beer between each ride.
lol, now thats just asking for trouble.
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rode it with the kids and girlfriend several months back. is pretty extreme.
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It's wooden, so if it doesn't give, it'll break. It's SUPPOSED to move.

For $4.25 I'm definitely taking the kids down there! I think they are tall enough to ride! Syvan is 56" and Jakob is 58". I'm only 60" myself... I think my son will outgrow me this year.
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Yeah, sweet coaster. Longer, Taller, and Faster than the Cyclone was. All on one acre with 26 track crossings. The most ever designed into a coaster. The best bet is to buy the wrist band for 20.00 and ride all you want. The 4.75 is before tax and for such a short ride. We need to get togethere a coaster party and see who can ride the most in one night with a beer between each ride.
I dont drink beer. How about a margarita in between?
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I dont drink beer. How about a margarita in between?
Most coasters height requirement is 54", so YES, I'm sure! I don't drink beer, either, but a shot in between might work also!
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Most coasters height requirement is 54", so YES, I'm sure! I don't drink beer, either, but a shot in between might work also!
wait I thought you said you were 5 even
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wait I thought you said you were 5 even
I am, where is the confusion? Are you bad at math? Five feet equals sixty inches.
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my university major only requires 3 hours of remedial math
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