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Rolling Thunder
Rolling Thunder (Six Flas Great Adventure) - OnRide02:10

Rolling Thunder (Six Flas Great Adventure) - OnRide


Rolling Thunder (Six Flags Great Adventure) - OnRide - (480p)02:14

Rolling Thunder (Six Flags Great Adventure) - OnRide - (480p)


Statistics

Location

Six Flags Great Adventure

Capacity

3,840 Riders per hour

Builders

Don Rosser and William Cobb

Height

96 feet

Top speed

56 mph

Inversions

0

Status

Defunct

Replaced by:

Zumbajaro: Drop of Doom

Rolling Thunder was a racing wooden roller coaster at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, New Jersey.[1] The ride was the park's first wooden coaster, and debuted in 1979 during the park's fifth anniversary season.  The coaster closed on September 8, 2013 and was demolished soon afterwards.  It was replaced by freefall ride Zumbajaro: Drop of Doom. In 2018, A B&M launched coaster called The Flash, a clone of Incredible Hulk. It has tracks that were painted Red and supports are painted Yellow. The trains are painted Red with Yellow shoulder harness and white backrest. It was 4 passengers per 8 cars with riders' feet above the car.

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