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Medusa Steel Coaster
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Medusa 4K Roller Coaster POV Ultra HD Six Flags Mexico


Statistics

Park

Six Flags México

Location

Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico

Status

Operating

Opened

Original: June 2, 2000
Remodel: June 19, 2014

Manufacturer

Original: Custom Coasters International
Remodel: Rocky Mountain Construction

Type

Hybrid

Riders per train

24

Height

118 feet (36 meters)

Top speed

58 mph (93.3 km/h)

Length

3,000 feet (914.4 meters)

Inversions

3

Steepest drop

50°

Medusa Steel Coaster is a Rocky Mountain Construction hybrid roller coaster currently under construction at Six Flags México in Mexico City, Mexico.[1] Before its drastic remodeling for the 2014 season, the ride originally opened as a Custom Coasters International wooden roller coaster on June 2, 2000. it will open in 2015

DesignEdit

Once the train departs from the station, riders will travel to the left leading to the chain lift hill. Once climbing the 32-metre-tall (105 ft) hill, the train will make a right down the first inversion zero-g roll heading down the first hill at an angle of 50°. After the main drop the riders will experience going through several drops, helices, and two more zero-g rolls, until the train returns to the station. 

Photo GalleryEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. http://content.sixflags.com/comingin2014/mexico/medusa-steel-coaster/

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