This is a traditional Arrow-Huss looping roller coaster featuring two vertical loops, a double corkscrew, and a helix finale. The custom layout on Dragon Fire has several unique elements including a straight section of track between the end of the first drop and the start of the first inversion, giving riders a a sense of the ride's top speed– 50 miles-per-hour. Also, the double corkscrew inversions are the only counter-clockwise corkscrews ever designed by Arrow.
1987 – The ride opened with three trains, but never operated with three, so the extra train remained in storage until it was relocated for use on The Bat.
1996 – Dragon Fyre renamed
Opening date: May 23, 1981
Train has seven cars with two rows each, seating two abreast per row.
Height requirement: Riders must be at least 48 inches tall
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