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 Review of Two-Face The Flip Side @ Six Flags America
0 Rating Posted by: Hercules on 10/25/2005 12:52:00 AM
...Before loading place secure all loose articles including hats, TEETH, glasses... LOL That was the first time I ever heard that, but I can see how it could apply to this coaster. I would hate to have someones fake teeth clamp onto my nose going down the hill or something... anyway, I really like boomerang coasters but the suspended aspect of this ride made it even better. I didnt find the ride to be as intense as a regular boomerang, but like I said, the other aspects add to the ride. My biggest comment is about the restraints, which on the Vekoma rides that I have been on I have found them to be, in my opinion, shoty in the first place. I was inbetween clicks on this thing, and apparently in between is about the equivalent of... Large vs. XXL, a 34 inch waist vs. a 44 inch waist, Ray Romano vs. Chris Farley... I think you get where I am going with this. I was swimming in that seat and when I got pressed up against the restraint, I was really hanging there. I thought it was pretty cool. I guess it could have freaked some people out, so I guess it is kind of a word of warning to some, but at the same time Im sure that there are some that are saying "I hope that happens to me!" Anyway, this has the typical boomerang layout with the cobra roll and the vertical loop. Facing one another is pretty cool. At least you can have a cool story to tell after you get off of the ride if you dont enjoy these kinds of coasters. I do, so not only can I sit back and enjoy the ride but I can have a story to tell at the same time. It is like a double dip for me. I didnt experience too much headbanging. The only part that I did, like on most boomerangs, was entering the cobra roll going backwards. It still didnt bother me though. I had a lot of fun on it. The only thing is that the ride ops were pretty slow and the loading time could be bad, but I was lucky and it was a very slow day and all coasters were walk-ons. Good ride... just be prepared to hold onto your teeth.
 
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