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  1. I have been to a good number of parks, but not a lot of the big ones so here is my current Top 5 coasters. I'll be brief with the ones most people here have ridden, but go into a bit more detail with the ones that a good number of people here probably haven't ridden. #5: Millenium Force (Cedar Point) The first and currently only giga coaster I have ridden and what a fantastic ride. I know it doesn't have crazy airtime or a ton of really forceful moments, but it is just so rerideable and that is one of my favorite things in a coaster. #4: Mystic Timbers (Kings Island) This
  2. I have ridden Wonder Woman at SFFT and I will say the restraints are definitely worse than the regular RMC restraints which I personally like. I think they are only really slightly painful during the strong ejector moments when the collars can dig into your shoulder. However, the ride is short and extremely fast paced so it doesn't take away very much at all from the experience.
  3. GateKeeper after a storm in 2014
  4. There is one final piece being loaded onto the truck right now!
  5. Finally! It hasn't been this clean besides when it gets washed off by rain for several months now.
  6. I like the 4D Free Spins as well and wouldn't mind if KI got one, but like the other two have mentioned something custom would be my preference. Having ridden Eejanaika I would kill to have a ride like it at KI or even at any park within a shortish driving distance. It is a truly insane ride and I wish every coaster enthusiast could get to experience it. However, I doubt many of those will get built in the future because they are just so expensive, but one can hope. Also, those don't have Free Spinning seats; they move with controlled motions at certain points during the ride.
  7. Was the camera down for just a couple of hours or a couple of days?
  8. Someone else might have a better answer to this since I wasn't here for Banshee or MT construction, but from looking back at those threads I believe the camera was left on during testing for both those rides. I would imagine they would do the same for Orion.
  9. I noticed that too lol, but hey I'll take a cam over no cam any day.
  10. There is a large piece of track that T-Bone is holding, but it hasn't moved in like an hour...
  11. Yeah I noticed them too! Also, T-Bone just placed another track piece and you can see it curving back up now.
  12. Not super surprised they took the camera down. Maybe it means something is in the works sooner than we have been lead to think
  13. I'm pretty sure the triangle support is this support.
  14. I think they might just be testing the range of the boom to make sure they can safely reach where the next piece goes.
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