Six Flags Discovery Kingdom's seriously twisted steelsupercoaster, Zonga, features four brightly colored full-circle, full-tilt, fully-inverted loops in wild yellow, glowing green, too hot red and passionate purple. This super screamer features a 70-degree first drop into back-to-back full circle loops, twists, and tight turns banked up to 80-degrees that hurtle you through two more inversions.
Zonga operated for two seasons at Six Flags Marine World. The roller coaster was finally removed from the park in 2006 after standing-but-not-operating for two years.
|Height: 112 feet||Drop: 90 feet|
|Angle Of Descent: 70 degrees||Top Speed: 53 mph|
|Length: 3,250 feet||Inversions: 4|
|Trains: 2 - 20 passenger||Train Mfg: Schwarzkopf|
1998 - Relocated to Six Flags Astroworld where it operated through 2000 using the name Texas Tornado.
2001 - Trains replaced, but due to mechanical problems with the trains, Texas Tornado did not operate during the 2001 or 2002 seasons.
2003 - Relocated to Six Flags Marine World and renamed Zonga.
2004 - Last season of operation
2006 - Removed from Six Flags Marine World.
Train has five cars with two rows each, seating two abreast per row.
Ride capacity: 720 passengers per hour
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