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b.mac

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Mack is building themselves an incredible little niche with these mega coasters. I'm sold!

When can we get one in the US?

Other numbers:
Cost: 23 million euros ($29 mil)
Speed: 100 kph (62 mph)
Length: 1355m (4,379 ft)

I think the reason why the price tag is so high is due to the fact it requires a lot of custom supporting to play with all those rides on the hill (It will interact with several other rides, including the giant Screaming Swing "Uppswinget", the Log Flume and the classic Lisebergbanan coaster)
 

BBW

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Looks like a LOT of fun. I like the length -- I really enjoy long coasters. Well, okay, and short ones with a big trick, too -- but this looks fantastic.
 

MAZ

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I concur! This coaster looks FaNtastic. Multiple launches, loops and rolls, and the usage of terrain appear top notch.
 
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That's a beautiful looking coaster right there; one of the best looking new rides I've seen in years perhaps. It looks smooth and fast, and my goodness look at those curves! Oh how I'd ride it in a heartbeat if I'm ever in the neighborhood.
 
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Zachary said:
There are no words.

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What an amazing looking ride!

This coaster has practically everything I love in a coaster - terrain, direction changes, inversions, airtime, pacing, a great ending, etc.

Time to start shopping for airfare for August! I really want to go!
 

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Unagi said:
What an amazing looking ride!

This coaster has practically everything I love in a coaster - terrain, direction changes, inversions, airtime, pacing, a great ending, etc.

Time to start shopping for airfare for August! I really want to go!

(Y)
 
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MAZ

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Do you think Mack avoids building high thrill rides in the states due to the sue-happy lawsuit nature of this place? Or has there just been no request for them? I know absolutely nothing about MacK.
 
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Mazakman said:
Do you think Mack avoids building high thrill rides in the states due to the sue-happy lawsuit nature of this place? Or has there just been no request for them? I know absolutely nothing about MacK.

There really hasn't been a request for them yet.

Mack has a very diverse product catalog. They make everything from dark rides, flat rides, water rides and coasters.

Manta at SeaWorld San Diego would've been a thrill ride if the city wasn't so uptight about that area the park is in.

As far as the high thrill coasters go they started that product line with Blue Fire in 2009 so the company is still fairly new with these. I'm sure you'll be seeing a lot more from them.
 
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