Skyrocketing supercoaster launches dangling riders at face-flattening speeds up and back down two steel spikes, the first one topped with a wicked, twisting spiral rises at a 45-degree angle and the opposite, a vertical 90-degree spike rising straight up 15 stories.
|2001||Steel||Suspended Impulse, Shuttle||Intamin|
|Height: 150 feet||Angle Of Descent: 90 degrees|
|Top Speed: 65 mph||Length: 630 feet|
|Launch: LIM||Trains: 1 - 28 passenger|
|Train Mfg: Intamin|
2002 - Modified to reduce the height of the rear spike to 150-feet and the front spiraling spike was completely rebuilt at a 45-degree angle that rises to a height of 150-feet. The modification was necessary since the original design violated the local zoning that prohibits structures taller than 150 feet.
Train has seven cars with one row each, seating two abreast per row.
Ride capacity: 900 passengers per hour
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