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Design your own Ride / Attraction Yes.. let's see if SF management is looking at the forums. Let's give them some ideas for new rides / re-theming attractions, etc. Let the creative juices flow!!

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Old January 22nd, 2009, 07:30 PM
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Originally Posted by dmdiver View Post
For me on the Cliffhanger, it was always the thrill. However, once I'd load in & the car moved forward, my brain was screaming "NOOOOOOOO". Too late then. Plus that fleeting moment of what if the brakes don't work.
I think I got more back pain on Cliffhanger when it would clank hard backwards when connecting the car to the lift. And maybe a little bit when getting jostled around when the car was being lowered back down to the loading area after the freefall was over.
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Old January 22nd, 2009, 07:49 PM
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Originally Posted by dmdiver View Post
Yes, I think that is the one that hurt my daughter & I.

Also, the first time I rode Mr. Freeze, my ears got boxed by the head protection thingy the whole time. It was quite some time before I rode it again. By that time, it didn't do that anymore. I don't know what changed.
Originally Posted by Twistedmister View Post
Getting rid of those "horsecollar" restraints a few years ago made the ride quite a bit more enjoyable. No more getting your ears slammed against the cushions (I use the "cushion" word loosely...). And it was even worse on cold days when your ears were already in pain from the cold.
I was going to say the same thing about the head banging thing...Freeze went from my 2nd least favorite ride to my favorite after they added the lap bars
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