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La Víbora
La Vibora (Six Flags Over Texas) - OnRide - (1080p)01:06

La Vibora (Six Flags Over Texas) - OnRide - (1080p)

General
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Park Six Flags Over Texas
Location USAArlington, Texas, USA
Status Operating
Operated
Operated
Opened 1987
Opening
Cost
Height restriction
Statistics
Manufacturer Intamin AG
Builder
Designer
Type
Type
Model
Riders per train
Riders per hour 600-675
Lift/launch system
Height 60 feet
Drop
Top speed 32 mph
Length
Dimensions
Duration
Inversions 0
Steepest drop
Maximum g-force
Flash Pass Flash Pass available
La vibora layout

La Víbora's first drop

La Víbora is a Intamin AG bobsled roller coaster located at Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington, Texas. It is one of Intamin’s bobsled coasters, commonly known as the Swiss Bob (named after the ride at Efteling in the Netherlands, from which the trains were bought). The ride was relocated from Six Flags Magic Mountain, where it was known as Sarajevo Bobsleds. The name "La Víbora" translated to English means "The Viper".

Six Flags Over Texas Roller Coasters
Operating Batman the RideJudge Roy ScreamLa VíboraMini Mine TrainMr. FreezeNew Texas GiantPandemoniumRunaway Mine TrainRunaway MountainShock WaveTitanWile E. Coyote's Grand Canyon Blaster
Former Big BendFlashbackCucaracha
Six Flags Magic Mountain Roller Coasters
Operating ApocalypseBatman The RideCanyon BlasterTwisted ColossusFull ThrottleGold RusherGoliathGreen Lantern: First FlightMagic FlyerNinjaRevolutionRiddler's RevengeRoad Runner ExpressScream!Superman: Escape From KryptonTatsuViper
Former ColossusDéjà VuFlashbackMountain ExpressPsycloneSarajevo BobsledsShockwave

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