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About stealthtp

  • Birthday 03/14/1993

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  1. Fair enough it spins; but it spins slowly, it's just a chicane and a small drop to use up the rest of the gravity really.Well for me anyway.Spinball has a number of elements at the end that I find much better, just my opinion really.Oh we had 2 on one side and none on the other on both rides by the way.
  2. Really?!I found it to be and look quite steep, from the top, and although I didn't scream I can see why people would/do, with the blades and everything!Plus screaming/shouting is all the fun of it, not really screaming because it's scary!I found going up far worse however, the weirdest thing I’ve ever experienced on a roller coaster.
  3. Yeah, and more, I think that the photo makes it look worse than it is though.Although I don't think that is a recent photo though because the track just going into the tunnel does not look stained white.Please feel free to correct me if I'm wrong though.
  4. Pretty much anything Stealth does:The sound of the train from underneath in the queue,Brakes lowering,Train stopping,3-2-1 Go Go Go WWTP Radios, "dudaling" (if that makes sense, so "WWTP Radio-(Noise) )I guess the Saw shotguns and Rumba's soundtrack also
  5. I'm gonna go against the crowd and say that I prefer Spinball to Dragons Fury, I found the first bit of fury was very good, but after the second lift, it was well shocking, slow and boring, it just spun at low speeds. Spinball was brilliant! It seems more compact, faster the queue is better for me, and there was never a dull moment from the end of the lift to the breaks.Spinball also spun far, far more for me (we had the same people in the same seats) as we rode them only a few days apart.I can see why you would prefer Fury though, it's far more of a main coaster at Chesington, it's longer and I preferred it to vampire, it hurt my back!
  6. stealthtp


    1) Depends on what you like, I prefer the back, but some people like to see the headchoppers and where they are going.2) Speed Probably3) Nope, more thrilling though.4) Errm... Hydro Opens late
  7. stealthtp


    Well said. It's not a fact, it's an opinion.I'm willing to argue.Back on topic; I'm presuming Slammer needs some parts?
  8. I have seen how Chessington do things - I used to work there!

  9. Someone at Thorpe seriously needs to drive 30 mins up the road to see how they do things!Great start to the season!
  10. stealthtp


    I swear it would be so much easier and less expensive in the long run, just to buy another Sky Swat, re-name it something that doesn't begin with 's'. And most importantly, let S&S deal with it when it breaks down instead of trying, and failing to fix it, in the process making it worse.
  11. Haha, Yeah the catch car is unbolting it's self as we speak.
  12. I think they should reverse it so, you go slowly up the more than vertical bit, and straight down Stealth seems to be having less downtime of late, Slammer letting the park down
  13. stealthtp


    There is that option, has it ever 'windmilled' at Thorpe?Back to Slammer, does anyone know what seems to generaly be the problem with it? E.g. is it air pressure? Is it not locking corectly?
  14. stealthtp


    Oh Believe me, fairground top scan's are a far greater experiece, than well anything.Even the Chessington Samuari, is a better experience than Inferno.(For the record I rate Inferno as the worst of Thorpe's large coasters)
  15. stealthtp


    Neither would I , there are far better flat rides at the park.Here is a idea, get rid of Slammer, and Run Samurai Properly?
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