Launch Too short Inversions

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Storm Runner features
Operating
United States
Intamin
Steel
Sit Down
Hydraulic cable launch
Shoulder harness
5/8/04
Reviews  68
  • Carter E.
    Carter E. 25 days ago

    Inversions Launch Intensity Too short Reliability

    i love these hydraulic launches, and while i think kingda ka and TTD have much better launches, storm runner's is still very intense and i love that it has more length, and it actually has some good inversions too, which makes it right up there with the strata accelerators, im so sad that storm runner might meet its unfortunate fate soon

  • Raymond Jackson

    Location Launch Too short

    8.7 out of 10! Too short, would love to see little more like the Marerick. Love the launch, line how it runs for all to see in the park.

  • Kw6sTheater
    Kw6sTheater 1 year ago

    Inversions Launch Intensity Too short

    Storm Runner may be short, but in its limited ride time it packs one heck of a punch. The launch is a powerful and intense one that shoves you back into your seat, heightening your senses for what’s to come; and the following dive into the valley gives some good ejector, as you soar right past a restaurant I once ate at. The Cobra loop is decently intense, and the heartline roll offers a brisk moment of hangtime; but the best moment on this great coaster has to be the Flying Snake Dive! I’ve not yet experienced a barrel roll downdrop, but I will guess that this is most similar to that. You are thrown out of your seat while upside down, and pressed back into it just in time to duck under the monorail and hop over Trailblazer! The brake run ensues, but Storm Runner is one speedy adrenaline rush.

  • Dave Scott
    Dave Scott 1 year ago

    Inversions Launch Harness

    The ironically named Storm Runner, like most rides at Hershey, will not run in the rain. I was lucky enough to get a break in the bad weather to get a couple of goes on this machine in the limited time we had to visit. The difference over the other accelerator coasters of course is that this one actually does something with the power rather than fritter it away on the brakes, a massive plus. I hate those Intamin overheads, though I don't remember them being as much of a nuisance as they are on say, Furius Baco or Kingda Ka.

  • Matt K
    Matt K 1 year ago

    Inversions Launch Fun Too short

    Storm Runner is a fantastic, smooth accelerator coaster with a very intense launch. The top hat provides a great view, but not that much airtime. The snake loop is cool, but my favorite part is the is the flying snake dive. You are just spinning so fast, then get whipped down the drop. This is overall an intense ride with an excellent launch and fun inversions, but is too short.

  • Eric Esty
    Eric Esty 2 years ago

    Inversions Launch Ejectors Too short

    Storm Runner is absolutely explosive. The launch is, well, explosive. The airtime into the top hat is huge, and the immelmann is forceful. The flying snake dive is the best part of the ride, airtime into a double barrel roll, and the second roll dives down mid roll. Add some twisty s-bends at the end, and the ride is over. Obviously it's very short, but man is it so sweet.

  • twigy _22
    twigy _22 10 days ago
  • Drew Schryver
    Drew Schryver 14 days ago
  • Racc Hudson
    Racc Hudson 25 days ago
  • Antoine B.
    Antoine B. 1 month ago
  • Joseph Bricout
    Joseph Bricout 2 months ago
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    Timothée Pons 2 months ago
  • Sam Grantham
    Sam Grantham 3 months ago
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    Alpengeist Fan 08 3 months ago
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    Coaster Hour 3 months ago
  • Andrew E.
    Andrew E. 3 months ago

    Inversions Launch Intensity Too short

  • Florian L.
    Florian L. 5 months ago
  • John Zivich
    John Zivich 5 months ago
  • Antti V.
    Antti V. 5 months ago

    Nice surprise! Launch Fun Too short

  • john schmude
    john schmude 5 months ago

    Launch Fun

  • Troy Fiorillo
    Troy Fiorillo 7 months ago
  • Griffin Eldred
    Griffin Eldred 8 months ago
  • Daniel Massey
    Daniel Massey 8 months ago
  • Jeff T.
    Jeff T. 8 months ago
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    Matthew Kaser 8 months ago
  • IronChef C.
    IronChef C. 9 months ago
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    Wang Tony 9 months ago
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    iac17 10 months ago
  • Mark McGivern
    Mark McGivern 10 months ago
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    Mike C 10 months ago
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    Toby Palmer 10 months ago
  • Michael W.
    Michael W. 10 months ago
  • Jeremy Cole
    Jeremy Cole 10 months ago
  • Ryan Emerick
    Ryan Emerick 11 months ago

    Launch Too short

  • Mathis Gullon
    Mathis Gullon 11 months ago
  • Luis H.
    Luis H. 11 months ago
  • Max R.
    Max R. 1 year ago
  • Tyler Kincade
    Tyler Kincade 1 year ago
  • Hans Roost
    Hans Roost 1 year ago
  • Etienne Sainton
  • Garrett S.
    Garrett S. 1 year ago
  • Alexis Leblanc-Dussault

    Inversions Launch Fun Too short Harness

  • Zek Teh Kek
    Zek Teh Kek 1 year ago
  • Steve Corning
    Steve Corning 1 year ago
  • Chris Cronrath
    Chris Cronrath 1 year ago
  • S
    S 1 year ago
  • Kyle Broxton
    Kyle Broxton 1 year ago
  • James Cook
    James Cook 1 year ago
  • Kommi
    Kommi 1 year ago
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    Peter Chen 1 year ago
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    Daniel W. 1 year ago
  • Manuel Zeiselberger
  • Estelle Despierre
  • Julien Grimbert
  • Scott Pecqueux
    Scott Pecqueux 2 years ago
  • Nicolas R.
    Nicolas R. 2 years ago

    Launch Layout Harness

  • PA Coasters
    PA Coasters 2 years ago
  • JB T
    JB T 2 years ago
  • Victor Humbert
    Victor Humbert 2 years ago
  • Edward M.
    Edward M. 2 years ago
  • Cyril Barbier
    Cyril Barbier 2 years ago
  • Guillaume F.
    Guillaume F. 2 years ago

    Inversions Launch Too short

  • Dan Hood
    Dan Hood 2 years ago
  • Jacques Reynier
    Jacques Reynier 2 years ago

    Airtimes Launch Layout Too short

  • Katun GagaLefou
    Katun GagaLefou 3 years ago
  • Olivier P.
    Olivier P. 3 years ago

    Airtimes Inversions Launch Too short Capacity

  • Alexandre Humbert