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Possible another B&M stand up in the near future?

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14 hours ago, rhyano said:

Riddler's Revenge is a great ride, and is very well designed to not go complete overkill on the amount of force to your feet, but intense enough to still feel like a B&M from the 90s with no headbanging at all.

I wonder if rubber flooring could be installed to absorb vibrations experienced during the ride

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^I suppose it could. Maybe it would help, maybe not...

But trust me, we don't need a standup. There are far better options... ;)

 

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31 minutes ago, BeastForever said:

But trust me, we don't need a standup. There are far better options... ;)

Hey I agree with you there. We need to gain some inversions back with a high capacity looper. 

Still I wish they'd prefect their product, especially since its their 1st type of coaster ever built. If we had a painless one the size of Vortex at Carowinds or Georgia Scorcher I'd be fine.

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The backs of my knees quiver at the thought of a stand up.  But also my junk... Chang was too much to handle.

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On 5/6/2020 at 2:35 PM, FoF96" said:

The backs of my knees quiver at the thought of a stand up.  But also my junk... Chang was too much to handle.

I didn't ride it as Chang, but I rode it as Green Lantern last summer. It definitely was not an enjoyable experience. I would take that any day over Vortex at Carowinds, though. I didn't bang my head too much on Green Lantern, but Vortex beat up both my ears and below the belt. Not an experience I would recommend.

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I loved Green Lantern at SFGA when I rode it this past December. Kept my head forward and knees slightly bent and it was great, even in 38° weather.

Vortex at CW was a different story however. Not an enjoyable experience at all. I couldn't wait to get off.

I thought well of Mantis when I rode it in 2012, but I was much shorter and had a much higher pain tolerance.

I trust B&M to make at least a decent stand up nowadays.

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