Discussion in 'Park Construction' started by ECG, Jul 12, 2012.
Let's remember that there is also an Intamin 20m Surfrider (launched) under construction too.
Yeah, the pipe is still visible in the artwork posted on the last page. Just in front of the blue Intamin, you can see it turning from green to pink. You can also see the chance coaster, the orange track going all around the park. So that's *five* coasters? I'm still gonna guess there will be a proper kid coaster too.... I hope they make their spring opening, I'll be in the area in June, if they miss that I'll have to wait until December.
I don't believe there will be another coaster.
Sigh...ok, @CrashCoaster Always Traditionally Incorrect, we apologize for immediately dismissing your goony posts that apparently aren't as goony as they seem
Well, I'm that much more excited about this place!
I believe this is the source you were looking for
Anyone noticed that in the concept art the surfrider and the Eurofighter/Spinner combo share that Cosmo/Wanda color scheme?
That was picked up on much earlier in this thread.
I drove by American Dream on Saturday evening and it was so cool seeing the roller coasters from the Turnpike. The area for the drop tower looks pretty tall too. I couldn't get any pics since I was driving. Sorry! I can't wait for this to open!
Now we're talking! That's huge - I want it.
I think @Ben would love it
I mean that’s a no from me
I just had a thought; this park seems to have a very similar ride lineup to Nickelodeon Universe in Minnesota, and is operated by the same company, so could we see some of the rides have similar names to their equivalents in Minnesota? Not all of them, of course, but some I'm thinking of include:
The Chance family coaster being named Pepsi Orange Streak or similar, like the Zierer Tivoli in Minnesota. But probably without the Pepsi at the start. The trains at IAAPA being orange and green would seem to make that match up, as well.
The Intamin Surfrider being named Avatar Airbender or similar, like the Intamin Surfrider in Minnesota.
The Gerstlauer spinner being named Fairly Odd Coaster or similar, like the Gerstlauer spinner in Minnesota.
Also, in terms of the recently revealed Intamin launch coaster (non-shuttle), is it only me who's seeing similarities between it and Harley Quinn Crazy Coaster at Discovery Kingdom? I reckon we could potentially be seeing Intamin's take on the Skywarp here. But I'd also say an SRII/GaleForce style ride with a swing launch is a solid guess.
I'm liking the look of that Intamin thing. I think I'm looking forward to a POV of that more than I am the other coasters.
Is it confirmed that the blue coaster is intamin, as it seems like a Mack coaster, bearings similarities to their extreme spinning coaster. Contrary to my usual opinion, I would rather it be a Mack, just because it had the potential to be spinning and will probably have better hang time.
The track style looks identical to that of Taiga and Taron. It isn't a Mack spinner.
Actually, you’re probably right, it’s just wierd how similar the Mack compact extreme spinning coaster’s layout is to this intamin. Also is it just me or do the newer intamins have a thinner spine than before.
Haha, the floor is just one big footer. I suppose that's normal, I just never noticed.
Some views of the Intamin
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