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StingRay

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StingRay last won the day on September 13

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About StingRay

  • Birthday 26/01/1985

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    What category we talking about ?
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    Tropicana Field
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    Haven't worked out the percentage yet.

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  1. Could be a pump or electrical failure that's occurred during pre-opening checks. These things do occur.
  2. The Seaworld entrance shows the Park is literally under construction. It's such a shame the oldest Park is treated with such tackiness. I understand Covid safe information is needed to be displayed so that fine. But the execution sucks, it's like a construction wall you'd find in any large city in Australia. That's how awful and tacky it is. Might as well get anyone with a theme park page to plaster a sticker over the wall for free promotion. It feels like SeaWorld of late has lost its way a little. I hope who ever is in charge these days of SeaWorld tries to get these minor issues
  3. To our taste! we gotta be so grateful that we are even getting such a coaster in Sydney. While a different train would be nice having this world-first at LPS is truly amazing. How management pulled this off we will never know but we must be thankful.
  4. Would be awful for any business in that situation. They'll reopen, it will be how the park was before it closed for refurbishment. Limited capacity and fully vaccinated one would assume.
  5. Delays in the water proofing due to supply issues I believe.
  6. If we were in America (I know we are not)this coaster would possibly be an ACE landmark. I must admit even the it's rough rising and it's theming has never been on point, I've always had a soft spot for it.
  7. Another great time-lapse construction video from the park. Here showing Big Dipper’s station area. https://fb.watch/7_lZ0Va7xX/
  8. 100%. It's a unique coaster from a former powerhouse in the industry. We should try to do what we can for it.
  9. 100%. This could very well be the last Arrow coaster that was built for our region in the world. It's got that old charm that Arrow used to romanticise with. This coaster could very well have a life span of 15+ years if looked after to the highest quality.
  10. I don't see LPM getting a new major ride for some time. The Park is owned by the Linfox company, I believe. So even tho LPS is getting yet another Big Dipper LPM does not need to respond at all. LPM has local competition with Gumbya and Funfields anyway. Buzzsaw won't be going to any of the Luna Parks. As much as some might want it to it's just never going to happen. The ride will end up most likely overseas I believe.
  11. Correct, if you are willing to pay for all the engineering cost associated. You won't see that ride at LPS. They've invested in the Intamin single rail, I don't see why they would want to get Buzzsaw at all.
  12. Well, considering it had some work done on it recently one would expect a few more years are indeed left in it.
  13. Just for size reference, it would barely fit into the Lavender Green area, You could never put it on the rooftop of the ticket box either due to weight concerns. I also do not see the park removing any of the new rides for an awfully long time either.
  14. Wishful thinking, LPS have a maximum height limit they are allowed to build too. possibly just doing some maintenance or they got damaged. I'm sure they'll return eventually.
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