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  1. fryoj

    Decoding 2020

    I agree with you completely, but, just out of curiosity, what about an ansul type system? They are liquid based, but I know theres certain types that hold up below freezing. Or would that only be in class K systems?
  2. fryoj

    Decoding 2020

    I don't need to. I'm aware who he is. I responded to someone else saying he looked at these plans and said there might be a vertical loop. I stand by my statement. If he looked at these plans and said theres a vertical loop, it would kill his credibility. If the other poster misquoted him, that would make the whole conversation irrelevant. The ride envelope is on the inside of the curve. If it was an outside turn, it would be on the outside of the curve.
  3. fryoj

    Decoding 2020

    That pretty much kills his credibility. Theres absolutely no vertical loop on this. We can see the track in the layout. The most we can expect is an overbanked turn. There will be no inversions on it.
  4. fryoj

    Decoding 2020

    TTD. No questions asked.
  5. fryoj

    Decoding 2020

    #whatsinthequonsethut Seems like that fad has quickly died off.
  6. fryoj

    Decoding 2020

    Considering the queue goes through the old on-ride photo building, I'm guessing thats where the signage will be.
  7. fryoj

    Decoding 2020

    Spend money to remove something that makes money just to change traffic flow?
  8. fryoj

    Decoding 2020

    Yet, no one says a word when someone makes a claim and 20 people jump in to ask for a source because it's in the TOS.
  9. fryoj

    Decoding 2020

    It looks to me they are taking some lines from the FOF queue to make extra locker space and the PX on ride photo booth.
  10. fryoj

    Decoding 2020

    Yup, and the helix is similar to Shambhala's.
  11. fryoj

    Decoding 2020

    A coaster that's 273 ft tall would be considered a giga with a 10% tolerance.
  12. fryoj

    Decoding 2020

    The drop is 301 ft. That much we are sure of. Says existing maze building.
  13. fryoj

    Decoding 2020

    750 is not the station track height. Thats the ground at the peak. The footer plans have the exact height from sea level of the top of the footers. That number was figured by surveyors before Firehawk was ever torn down. It's not a product of how much dirt they remove.
  14. fryoj

    Decoding 2020

    Carowinds still advertises Fury as the tallest and fastest giga.
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