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Top 5 Coasters

Postby slnewbus » Tue Aug 30, 2005 8:30 am

What are your overall top 5 coasters, your top 5 steel, and your top 5 wood?

Overall:

1. Millennium Force
2. Phantom's Revenge
3. Phoenix
4. Magnum
5. Raptor, Talon (tie)

Steel:

1. Millennium Force
2. Phantom's Revenge
3. Magnum
4. Raptor, Talon (tie)
5. Dominator at Geauga Lake (just edges Hydra in the floorless department)

Wood:

1. Phoenix
2. Wildcat at Hershey
3. Hercules
4. Jack Rabbit at Kennywood
5. Mean Streak
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Postby Talon_1017 » Tue Aug 30, 2005 10:10 am

Overall:
1. Storm Runner
2. Kinda Ka
3. Nitro
4. Lightning Racer
5. Talon

Steel:
1. Storm Runner
2. Kingda Ka
3. Nitro
4. Talon
5. Medusa

Wood:
1. Lightning Racer
2. Comet at Hershey Park
3. Thunderhawk
4. Wildcat at Hershey Park
5. Rolling Thunder
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Postby FutureMan » Tue Aug 30, 2005 12:08 pm

Overall:
1. Millennium Force
2. X
3. Raptor
4. Lightning Racers
5. Volcano

Steel:
1. Millennium Force
2. X
3. Raptor
4. Volcano
5. Superman Krypton Coaster

Wooden:
1. Lightning Racer
2. Beast
3. Grizzly
4. Twister
5. Wildcat
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Postby HighSpeedThrillCoaster » Tue Aug 30, 2005 6:05 pm

Overall:
1. Phoenix
2. Boulderdash
3. Raven
4. Superman Ride of Steel.....SF New England
5. Thunderhead

Steel:
1. Superman Ride of Steel.....SF New England
2. Volcano
3. High Speed Thrill Coaster
4. Apollo's Chariot
5. Tie: Superman Ride of Steel.....SF America and SF Darien Lake

Wood:
1. Phoenix
2. Boulderdash
3. Raven
4. Thunderhead
5. Tie: Silver Comet and Cornball Express
Honorable mention: Thunderhawk or should I say "Coaster" pre castration
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Postby FutureMan » Wed Aug 31, 2005 12:43 pm

Where is the High Speed Thrill Coaster?
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Postby alfundo » Wed Aug 31, 2005 1:31 pm

futureman, you are sitting in front of a computer, perhaps you should learn to use it. ;)

High Speed Thrill Coaster - Knoebels

Facts Pictures

Amusement Park: Knoebels
Type: Steel - Sit Down
Status: Operating since 1955
Builder: Overland Amusement Company
Categories: Family

Length: 200'
Height: 18'
Drop: 12'
Inversions: 0

amazing what google can do isnt it?
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Postby FutureMan » Wed Aug 31, 2005 1:41 pm

I figured there were like 20 of them around the world.
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Postby UdoTch » Wed Aug 31, 2005 1:45 pm

Another great site to find roller coaster information, http://www.rcdb.com

High Speed Thrill Coaster - Knoebols
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Postby FutureMan » Wed Aug 31, 2005 4:34 pm

Again, I figured there would be 20 of them!
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Postby dptalon135 » Wed Aug 31, 2005 8:46 pm

And again, that is why RCDB is so useful. Type in "High Speed Thrill Coaster" and one is found.
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Postby FutureMan » Wed Aug 31, 2005 9:17 pm

I knew about RCDB for a long time but I figured you guys would tell me with out a hassle. Again I figured TOO much.
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Postby UdoTch » Wed Aug 31, 2005 10:05 pm

We did tell you it pretty much without hassle. We also did the same thing we do with everyone who asks such a question, we assumed you did not know of the resource so we told you. By admitting that you knew of the resource and did not use it, you are also showing us that you are lazy and want people to do everything for you. You would have gotten a much better response had you just posted "Wow, i though there would be more coasters with the "high speed thrill coaster" name, but RCDB proved me wrong."

I'd hate to see what might happen to you if you joined the cbuzz forums...
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Postby FutureMan » Sat Sep 03, 2005 1:13 pm

Sorry, I had a bad day. I am turning 16 in a little over a month. So I am stressed out!
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Postby rwk » Sun Sep 04, 2005 12:08 am

My favorite coaster is not really a coaster, but a gravity powered dark ride. It's the Golden Nugget Mine Ride on the former Hunt's Pier in Wildwood, NJ. It's been SBNO for the past several years but Morey's Piers plans to reopen it.
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Postby FutureMan » Sun Sep 04, 2005 11:46 am

What is your top 5.
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