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 Review of Superman Krypton Coaster @ Six Flags Fiesta Texas
0 Rating Posted by: flippnfool on 4/24/2004 12:08:00 AM
This coaster begins with the floor dropping out from beneath you leaving your feet dangling while the coaster is still above the track. This alone earns it some points. As is leavs the station and begins up the lift hill, you can already tell how smooth the ride is. At the top of the lift hill the train executes a slight banked turn and then rolls into the first drop. (Its no stomach-dropper but a nice drop neverthelesss) The train moves into a huge loop. (not one of those dinky loops you cant even tell youve gone through) The loop is so large, there is actually somewhat of a freefall coming down the backside of the loop. THe train then completes almost an overbanked turn onto the top of the cliff that borders the train. A helix is executed on top of the cliff (this is where the most gs are pulled) before a nice drop off of the cliff. The zero-g roll comes next which I think is the best part of the ride. The train, still moving fast at this point, completes a huch boomerange and goes over a bunny hop into some trim brakes. You think the big stuff is over but the train completes a sudden drop with suprising negative gs off of the trim brakes before entering the final series of elements which contists of smooth cork-screws and high banked turns. A final bunny hop and onto the brake run completes the ride. This is the smoothest ride I ridden so far. The power of the coaster, even though it is not going all that fast, can definetely be felt. You dont feel like you have to lean forward to help the train over the hills, nor does it feel like a runaway trian. It is just graceful power the whole way.

Review Comments

Swimace on 5/2/2004 3:32:03 PM said:
This is your #1 ride and you gave it a 7?
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