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|Ultra Twister in 2004|
|Type||Steel - Pipeline|
|Model / product||Ultratwister|
|Riders per train||6|
|Propulsion||Chain lift hill|
Top speed44 mph
History[edit | edit source]
The ride was built by TOGO and opened at its original location at Six Flags Great Adventure in 1986. It only lasted three years and closed in 1988. The plot where Ultra Twister stood was left empty until the construction of Viper. It was then moved to Six Flags AstroWorld where it was repainted and subsequent changes to the ride were made. It reopened in 1990.
Six Flags AstroWorld closed permanently on October 30, 2005. Six Flags relocated rides such as Serial Thriller, which became Ednör - L'Attaque at La Ronde to be reopened or put in storage at other parks. Ultra Twister was relocated to Six Flags America where it lied in storage for a number of years before being scrapped.
References[edit | edit source]
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- on the Roller Coaster DataBase.
|Roller coasters at Six Flags America|
|Present||Apocalypse • Batwing • Great Chase • Joker's Jinx • Mind Eraser • Ragin' Cajun • Roar • Superman: Ride of Steel • Wild One|
|Former||Python • The Great Alonzo's Cannonball Coaster • Two-Face: The Flip Side • Ultra Twister|
|Roller coasters at Six Flags AstroWorld|
|Former||Batman The Escape • Excalibur • Greezed Lightnin' • Mayan Mindbender • Serial Thriller • Swamp Buggy • Texas Cyclone • Texas Tornado • Ultra Twister • Viper • XLR-8|
|Roller coasters at Six Flags Great Adventure|
|Present||Batman The Ride • Bizarro • Dark Knight • El Toro • Green Lantern • Harley Quinn's Crazy Train • Joker • Kingda Ka • Nitro • Road Runner Railway • Runaway Mine Train • Skull Mountain • Superman Ultimate Flight|
|Former||Alpen Blitz • Batman And Robin: The Chiller • Big Fury • Great American Scream Machine • Jumbo Jet • Lightnin' Loops (upper track - lower track) • Lil' Thunder • Rolling Thunder • Sarajevo Bobsled • Shockwave • Ultra Twister • Viper • Wild Rider|