The world's first steel, dual-track linear induction motor powered roller coasters. Blast off on Batman & Robin: The Chiller at speeds of zero to 70 mph in under 4 seconds. Choose from two different adventures led by your favorite superheroes, but beware, just when you think it's over, you'll complete your escape...backwards.
|1998||Steel||Launched, Dual-Track Shuttle||Premier Rides|
1997 - Opened for two days before closing until it reopened in 1998.
2001 - Robin train modified replacing over-the-shoulder restraints with lap bars.
2002 - Batman train modified replacing over-the-shoulder restraints with lap bars.
2007 - Zero-G Rolls removed from Batman and Robin reducing inversions by two on each side.
2007 - Batman and Robin: The Chiller closed and removed from the park.
Estimated cost: $15 million
Train has five cars with two rows each, seating two abreast per row.
Height requirement: Riders must be at least 54 inches tall
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