This is just a perfect addition for this park. A coaster that's an absolute blast for every demographic that has an ultra-low height requirement when you're competing with Holiday World to attract families is brilliant.
mikeykaise wrote:It definitely hauls butt, it's only about a min from the time the train errr plane leaves the station and hits the brake run. The signs along the que says 35 mph but I heard someone say something about being closer to 50.
Maybe they were referring to the height? Which the coaster only hits 47ft.
It feels faster than 35, which is a good thing because this is indeed a very nice coaster for its size. Lots of airtime pops on the coaster (Especially the backseat), and a wonderful middle-ground family/starter coaster for sure.
Earned my Wings last night. Like everyone is saying it's a solid coaster, with some great airtime. Love how it looks along the back of Hurricane Bay. Can't wait to get back tomorrow, to ride some more, on opening day.
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