This attraction was removed after the 2007 season. HyperSonic XLC was the world's first compressed-air launch coaster. Unique acceleration, zero gravity airtime and free-fall sensations combined to make HyperSonic a one-of-a-kind roller coaster experience. Pneumatic tires and specially designed shock absorbers provided an unbelievably smooth ride.
Related: See HyperSonic XLC Review for photos.
|2001||Steel||Out and Back||S&S Power|
|Angle Of Descent: 90 degrees||Drop: 135 feet|
|Height: 165 feet||Launch: Compressed Air|
|Length: 1,560 feet||Trains: 3 - 8 passenger|
|Top Speed: 80 mph|
Trains use pneumatic tires
2002 - Trains modified to improve ride reliability
2007 - Closed and removed at the end of the season
Estimated cost: $15 million
Train has four cars with one row each, seating two abreast per row.
Height requirement: Riders must be at least 54 inches tall
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