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    Re: SFOG & Goliath

    It's a B&M Hyper! Lots of smooth sailing airtime. It's so much to just let your feet hang and watch them go up on those things. The helix is intense, but not too much.

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    Re: SFOG & Goliath

    So your saying this last of it's kind for Six flags is great?

    (any other great improvements seen at SFGA?)

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    Re: SFOG & Goliath

    Quote Originally Posted by figment1986
    So your saying this last of it's kind for Six flags is great?

    (any other great improvements seen at SFGA?)
    I really enjoyed Goliath. As far as Six Flags go it is very good.

    I've never been to Six Flags Great America and only once to Six Flags Great Adventure, so I wouldn't know.

    I didn't actually wander around the park too much. I pretty much went in, rode Goliath, and left. I-20, I-285, and I-75 can get hectic and i didn't want to be late for class. In the time I was there I saw Daffy and Sylvester. There was a girl by the 50s Diner in the USA Section in a poodle skirt with hoola hoops, nice for show, and I heard Buddy Holly coming from the diner. The park just looked very clean.

    I don't know if it because of gang issues at other parks or what, but Six Flags Security is no longer wearing the tan officers uniform. Instead SF Security is wearing blue pants and a white shirt, think TSA, and Cobb County Police are now at the park. I was under the impression that Six Flags Security were still deputized by the Cobb County Sheriff.

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    Re: SFOG & Goliath

    Well good maybe they can sneak up on people more and catch more things going on.

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    Re: SFOG & Goliath

    Quote Originally Posted by lazyboy97O
    I've never been to Six Flags Great America and only once to Six Flags Great Adventure, so I wouldn't know.
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    I'm not a SF accronym person.. lol I mean SFOG.. of course i did..
    (I usually say GA.. lol)

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    Re: SFOG & Goliath

    RCPro has put up a review and POV of the ride.

    Looks good.

    http://www.rollercoasterpro.com/articles/goliath/


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    Re: SFOG & Goliath

    I will say I never wont to be stuck on that lift hill. A belt slipped or broke last Sunday and it had to be evacuated. Over an hour had passed from when it happened and before I left and people were still sitting up their.

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