Twisted Typhoon • Wild Adventures
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coaster land 2 months ago
Nice surprise! Location Intensity Rattle Headbanging Harness
Let me start by saying that this ride surprised me more than almost any ride did on my massive roadtrip over the summer. I went in with low expectations as i am a t3 veteran and i was expecting this slc to be hot trash, boy was i completely wrong!. I rode in both the front and back and id say its a night and day difference! The front is the way to go, its actually not bad, the restraints are like pillows when your head hits them, or at least they are compared to mind erasers at six flags america. This is actually one of the best vekomas ive ridden and i wish all slc coasters were like this!! So the ride starts with a slow climb of about 100 ft before a curve drop that actually is pretty fun, then you will be thrown into a rollover which is my personal favorite element as the front row offers some strong g force, then a wave turn like element before a sidewinder and then a double twist finale. The setting is another highlight of this ride with it feeling like a random ride in a forest, which i like that feel a lot to be honest. So overall just a great surprise for me!!!
Eric Esty 9 months ago
Location Intensity Layout Rattle Headbanging
Twisted Typhoon, while still a lousy ride, is my favorite SLC. The tracking, rattle, and restraints are awful. SLCs geniunely scare me. However, the color scheme is drop dead gorgeous. And the location is absolutely beautiful, for a very biased reason. The ground is absolutely littered with pine needles, and the whole layout has a perimeter of pine trees. The station feels like a backwoods cabin. Most of my childhood summer camps were out in pine forests, so the image of pine needles all over the ground with the trees towering over is a very nostalgic one. Riding Twisted Typhoon feels like my weekend campsite has a bonus roller coaster that they bought off the shelf, and I'm riding it. I love it to bits.. but I also hate it because it's extremely rough and terrifying for my pockets.
Logan L. 2 months ago
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