Yeah from this angle it looks cross-eyed. I hope it says that way
Yeah, he will do, but still, the breaking force this is going to have to have will have to be pretty great as it's a minuscule layout, without a pretty short break run (judging from the magnetic fins on the break run).TheCoasterCruiser said:^ Slam? You are aware that's it's Gerstlauer magnetic breaks we are talking about right?
Xcelerator is a great example of this, I'd estimate the braking force to be upwards of 1 g and yet it isn't painful at all.Hixee said:Being stopped quickly doesn't really hurt if the brakes are magnetic. Regardless of the restraints. If anything, its a bit more comfortable with lap bars as you're shoulders aren't pushing into the restraints. I've never had a problem with them anyway.
Since we've announced our Sneak Peek Opening on Friday, everyone is curious about what rides will be open! Here's the list!
- Texas Tea Cups
- Big Wheelin'
- Frog Hopper
- Pier PileUp Bumper Cars (adults/kids)
- Rock N Roll
- Sea Dragon
- Sky Shooter
- Gulf Glider Swing Carousel
- Pirate's Plunge