General Carowinds discussion
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By coasterbruh
#94257
RollerBee wrote:Cobra is more rare than the S&S spin-y flippy coasters, rather than replace Cobra with a gimmick coaster that SFOG or SFA could get, keep Cobra and convert Vortex to a floorless. Other than Dominator it will be the only floorless in the South. SFA and SFoG are unlikely to convert their stand up coasters.

It's like 5 free fly coasters in the world. It's damn near that many boomerangs in one state lol. And kraken nor krypton coaster isn't considered the south?
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By tarheel1231
#94258
Different markets. The deep south/mid-atlantic is where Carowinds is located, but the Florida market is a whole different monster and Texas is more southwest than southeast.
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By coasterbruh
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South is the south . . . And as far as I'm concerned, the south has two kick *** floorless coasters.
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By pproteinc
#94263
I agree Coasterbruh, but since we want to get technical, Carowinds Dollywood and SFOG are considered South East. Kings Dominion, Dorney, Hershey and Kennywood are Mid-Atlantic parks. Florida parks are straight South. Yes Texas and Missouri areas are South West. Cedar Point, Holiday World, SFGAmerica are Mid West parks. I do agree with Jarvis South is the south in my book. Lol. This why when Carowinds does a record breaker regionally it's goes something like the longest tallest fastest I in the South East not the South or Mid Atlantic.
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