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December 19, 2000

Deja Vu - Fact Sheet

Six Flags Magic MountainThe next generation super boomerang roller coaster - Deja Vu will be the world's tallest and fastest of its kind. Deja Vu combines state-of-the-art thrill ride technology with a brand new twist; riders fly forwards and backwards over twisting, looping inverted steel track. Strapped in sleek ski lift-style chairs suspended from the track above, Deja Vu sends riders flying out of the station like Batman The Ride only this time it's over the outside of a vertical loop and a giant 110-foot high boomerang double inversion with nothing but the sky above their dangling feet. One time forward, one time's Deja Vu.

Opening: Spring 2001

Ride Features: 1 Vertical Loop (102-feet high), 1 Boomerang Double Inversion (110-feet high)

Height: 196 feet

Angle of First Drop: 90 degrees

Top Speed: 65 mph

G-Forces: 4.5 G's

Track Length: 1,203 feet

Vehicles: One ski lift-style train carrying 24 passengers sitting four abreast in a sleek V-shape design

Safety Systems: Computer controlled fail-safe air brakes and trains with padded over-the-shoulder and belt-locking harnesses assure proper ride speed and rider comfort at all times.

Capacity: 1,100 riders per hour

Height Restriction: Minimum 48 Inches

Ride Manufacturer: Vekoma International

Deja Vu at Six Flags Magic Mountain

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