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  • [Review] Big Thunder Mountain

    is it just me
    or does the Big Thunder Mountain
    in paris
    totally dominate the Big Thunder Mountain
    in anaheim?
    i love my disneyland
    and i hate to say it
    but the one in paris
    was incredible!
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    kindly make your way inside, there are dozens dying to join you.

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    Re: Big Thunder Mountain

    Frontierland at DLP seems to have been built around BTM and the lake which makes a big difference.
    WDW - 1987 & 1991
    DLP - 1996, 2004, 2006 & 2007
    DLR - October 2011




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      Re: Big Thunder Mountain

      Originally posted by Jakob the Butler View Post
      is it just me
      or does the Big Thunder Mountain
      in paris
      totally dominate the Big Thunder Mountain
      in anaheim?
      i love my disneyland
      and i hate to say it
      but the one in paris
      was incredible!
      I've never ridden the Disneyland version, but BTM in Paris certainly stands head and shoulders above the version in Florida!
      Originally posted by fizzog
      Soundtracker you cheeky chipmunk

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        Re: Big Thunder Mountain

        I was disappointed by DLP's version... Too many long straight sections that just weren't very steep, so (except for the tunnel to and from the island) the train never felt fast enough to make the (rather wide) turns very exciting.

        I just never got the "out of control" runaway mine train feeling that I get on the American versions.
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          Re: Big Thunder Mountain

          Originally posted by BoogaFrito View Post
          I was disappointed by DLP's version... Too many long straight sections that just weren't very steep, so (except for the tunnel to and from the island) the train never felt fast enough to make the (rather wide) turns very exciting.

          I just never got the "out of control" runaway mine train feeling that I get on the American versions.
          Depends where you sit. That is the impression I always get if I sit near the front. But sit near the back and - woah Nellie!
          WDW - 1987 & 1991
          DLP - 1996, 2004, 2006 & 2007
          DLR - October 2011




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          • #6
            Re: Big Thunder Mountain

            Originally posted by nathan detroit View Post
            Depends where you sit. That is the impression I always get if I sit near the front. But sit near the back and - woah Nellie!
            Though I've never been on DLP's version, this is very true of the WDW attraction.

            Up front sucks, but back car (which I always request) with your hands up, very fun! I think BTMRR is one of the few coasters I feel comfortable doing that.
            I like The Happiest Millionaire. What's wrong with that?

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            • #7
              Re: Big Thunder Mountain

              It's like that on any roller coaster, tamest at the front roughest at the back, just the way it works. Particularly important on BTM!

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              • #8
                Re: Big Thunder Mountain

                Originally posted by fizzog View Post
                It's like that on any roller coaster, tamest at the front roughest at the back, just the way it works. Particularly important on BTM!
                I always try to request the back when I can [speak the language]. But even barring that, just by looking at track layouts you can see the difference in curves/straightaways between the different versions... I'm telling you something's amiss!
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                • #9
                  Re: Big Thunder Mountain

                  For me DLP's Big Thunder KILLS all the rest, not only in terms of theming but it also gives the best ride out of them all. Yes it does have a good amount of straight sections, but believe it or not it's actually the fastest Big Thunder.
                  Disney and Universal fan for life!...Shocking ain't it?
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                  • #10
                    Re: Big Thunder Mountain

                    Originally posted by AE_Fan View Post
                    Yes it does have a good amount of straight sections, but believe it or not it's actually the fastest Big Thunder.
                    Interesting! Does that include the underwater tunnel? Is that the fastest part of the ride?
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                    • #11
                      Re: Big Thunder Mountain

                      I love the Disneyland one!!!! It is definitly one of my very favorite attractions. I have never been on all the other ones, but have seen them on Youtube. So far, my support is behind Disneyland's.

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                      • #12
                        Re: Big Thunder Mountain

                        As someone prone to motion sickness, I would like to express my appreciation for straight sections.

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                        • #13
                          Re: Big Thunder Mountain

                          As far as i know, WDW and TDL have the same versions of BTM, DLRP have also the same track layout but a lil bit different. i did the ones in WDW, DLR, and DLRP and
                          i think the one in paris is absolut the best one!!

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