Robbie said:Plus I hate country-rock. Plus I don't care for NASCAR. Plus I don't like red all that much. Interestingly, I was able to ignore all of those things on the Intimidator at Carowinds because that ride is beyond delightful. I even got over the fact that it is on a parking lot because it is THAT much fun.
Youhow2 said:I love i305. Coasters were rough and once upon a time. What i305 does is nothing compared to some of the wooden coasters I have ridden, or even the great arrow loopers. i305 is pretty forceful and if you keep your head against the headrest like they tell you to and try not to be a loosey goosey its a fun VERY intense ride. The most intense coaster I have ever been on... The turns are amazing and the speed and force... It's just great.
Swiftman said:For me to enjoy a coaster, it has to have some substance to it. A drop, a turn, and an airtime hill alone just doesn't cut it in my book. Also, lets not over-hype the airtime too much. It doesn't come close to Apollo's Chariot @ BGW, The Voyage @ Holiday World, or [the?] Phoenix @ Knoebels.
Robbie said:Airtime + OTSR = :/ anyway.
At any rate, as much as I don't like McTimidator, I'm glad lots of people do. It keeps them out of the Dominator line!
shb5007 said:Also, people tend to forget this coaster is themed after a NASCAR driver. When you feel g-forces in a stock car...they are through high speed banked turns…
ScoutN said:And it comes nowhere close to feeling like banked turns in a stock car. Keep in mind the majority of banked turn coasters have nowhere near the amount of banking as only three of the tracks. The majority are under 15*
shb5007 said:I would have to respectively disagree to both statements as a stock car driver myself.
Also would like to bring up i305 is rumored to be running up to 98mph this year (when functioning properly)...