This isn't Rollercoaster Tycoon where you can just hit the delete button. :rolleyes: I've never heard of an Amusement Park moving an entire ride from an original site to another site in the park. The closest thing that resembles this would be when The Phantom became the The Phantom's Revenge at Kennywood. The ride was reconstructed and changed but site remained the same. Originally built by Arrow Dynamics and called the Steel Phantom. During the 2000-2001 off-season Morgan was brought in to make some modifications: The original 4 loops were removed. The height remained the same as the lift hill was unchanged. The drop increased from 225' to 228' feet. The length was increased from 3000' to 3200'. The original ride time was 2:15. The trains were modified removing the over the shoulder restraints. Top Gun IMHO is the not the greatest coaster anyway, way too short and without the elements (inversions, etc.) to make it an exciting ride to spend valuable resources from a company that is hugely in debt due to recent acqusitions.