Looks great , this ride was in definite need of help. I was there for a few days after Christmas, and it was brutal. Let's hope the new GCII trains here, make it better than the new trains on Wildcat (Hershey Park).
I'm moving out of my apartment back to college tomorrow. As I was packing tonight, I picked up my copy of Scott Rutherford's The American Roller Coaster and started flipping through it. I was looking for a picture of Hersheypark's Comet, but what I found was really timely and ironic considering the recent addition of GCI Millennium Flyers to Gwazi. I think Mr. Rutherford may want to pursue a career in predicting the future.
I hope they keep the trains without a grid type thing in the front, I'd love to ride just hanging over the front like that.
Also, while I know Millenium Flyers allow for better maneuvering and altogether a better ride, some rides with them seem a bit harsh with every seat being a wheel seat, where at least with PTC's, the first row of each car has your arse over the center. So hopefully the ride has been smoothed out, and then these will help keep it smoothed. Looking forward to riding it hopefully in the fall.
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