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Mean Streak at Cedar Point

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Uploaded on Sep 11, 2011

This is the Mean Streak at Cedar Point in Sandusky, OH. It was the tallest (161ft) and fastest (65mph) wooden roller coaster at the time of it's opening on May 11, 1991. Unfortunately, it was found that the high speed of the coaster was causing dammage to the structure so they had to add two trim brakes to the first drop which are quite noticeable when riding. Cedar Point sunk a lot of money into it during the offseason between 2010-2011 and it really didn't help it much. This coaster was built by the Dinn Corperation and designed by Curtis D Summers at a cost of $7,500,000 USD. The rest of the stats are as follow; drop 155ft, length 5,427ft, and a ride time of three minutes and thirteen seconds. This ride has gotten a nickname of "Mean Squeak" in the roller coaster enthusiast community meaning that it looks big and bad, but it just doesn't have the excitement as it advertises.

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