Giant Inverted Boomerang

Giant Inverted Boomerang
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The layout viewed from above.
General
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Status In production
Statistics
Manufacturer Vekoma
Type Steel- Inverted- Shuttle
Riders per train 32
Riders per hour 500
Height 191 feet
Drop 177 feet
Top speed 66 mph
Inversions 3 (track), 6 (rider)
Steepest drop 90°
Maximum g-force 4.5G

Giant Inverted Boomerang is an inverted shuttle roller coaster model designed by Vekoma. It has a similar layout to the Boomerang model except the track is inverted, the size of the ride is increased and both hills are vertical. The track also crosses over, with the station underneath the vertical loop. The train has 8 cars, with the four seats of each car arranged in staggered seating.

Installations

Name Amusement park Country Opened Status
Aftershock
Formerly Déjà Vu
Silverwood Theme Park
Six Flags Great America
USA
USA
21 July 2008
7 October 2001
Operating
Closed October 28 2007
Giant Inverted Boomerang Jin Jiang Action Park
China
September 30, 2011 Operating
Goliath
Formerly Déjà Vu
Six Flags New England
Six Flags Magic Mountain
USA
USA
25 May 2012
25 August 2001
Operating
Closed 16 October 2011
Stunt Fall Parque Warner Madrid
Spain
August 8, 2002 Operating
Quantum Leap Sochi Park
Russia
2014 Operating
unknown
Formerly Déjà Vu
Mirabilandia
Six Flags Over Georgia
Brazil
USA
Never operated
1 September 2001
In storage since 2009
Closed 2007