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Has to be one of the sharpest looking versions of that ride I have seen. Other than different painted scenery on some, once you see a Gravitron (or Starship 2000), they all tend to look the same after that.
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Originally posted by FNO Sean

Looks like they made a special stainless steal turntable to withhold the harsh salt air down by the beach. I saw a old Grav in 1997 owned by Family Kingdom in Myrtle Beach done the same way.



Stainless or galvanized. I have seen Wisdom do plenty of Galvinizing, but not stainless before.

Jimmy D



im sure its Galv, they did the tornado sweeps for Casino Pier in NJ and the Moby Dick in Galvinized as well..
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Originally posted by FNO Sean

Looks like they made a special stainless steal turntable to withhold the harsh salt air down by the beach. I saw a old Grav in 1997 owned by Family Kingdom in Myrtle Beach done the same way.



Stainless or galvanized. I have seen Wisdom do plenty of Galvinizing, but not stainless before.

Jimmy D
James Dillman III
Dillman Family Rides Inc.
Looks like they made a special stainless steal turntable to withhold the harsh salt air down by the beach. I saw a old Grav in 1997 owned by Family Kingdom in Myrtle Beach done the same way.
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Originally posted by Predatorocks

I think it looks wonderful except for the name. What does Cyngus X1 mean?



Read the Captions of the pics or google it.....[;)]
What an outstanding looking ride.

Looks like an excellent job on the scenery and lighting.

I like the internally illuminated stairs and entrance archway. It seems to really draw attention to the ride.

I can hardly wait to see the ride in person.
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well i defintly like it i think once in a blue moon some rides need to be redone more today style.
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Originally posted by FNO Sean

Looks cool yet why the heck did they drive something so heavy on the beach? Looks like they tried and the driver got stuck and needed that front loader to pull him out before the high tide came in lol.



I think it b/c they lift onto the pier with a crane. I've seen pictures of my family installing a ride on a pier that way.
Its not impossible it just costs more.