I-Box Track

I-Box Track
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General
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Status In production
Installations 14
First installation New Texas Giant (2011)
Latest installation Iron Gwazi (2020)
Statistics
Manufacturer Rocky Mountain Construction
Type Steel- Hybrid
Lift/launch system Chain lift hill

The I-Box Track is a model of steel hybrid roller coaster manufactured by Rocky Mountain Construction.

Installations[edit | edit source]

Name Park Location Opened Status Type
New Texas Giant Six Flags Over Texas
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USA
April 22, 2011 Operating Texas Giant conversion
Iron Rattler Six Flags Fiesta Texas
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USA
May 25, 2013 Operating Rattler conversion
Medusa Steel Coaster Six Flags Mexico
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Mexico
June 14, 2014 Operating Medusa conversion
Twisted Colossus Six Flags Magic Mountain
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USA
May 23, 2015 Operating Colossus conversion
Wicked Cyclone Six Flags New England
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USA
May 24, 2015 Operating Cyclone conversion
Storm Chaser Kentucky Kingdom
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USA
April 30, 2016 Operating Twisted Twins conversion
Joker Six Flags Discovery Kingdom
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USA
May 30, 2016 Operating Roar conversion
Twisted Timbers Kings Dominion
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USA
March 24, 2018 Operating Hurler conversion
Steel Vengeance Cedar Point
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USA
May 5, 2018 Operating Mean Streak conversion
Twisted Cyclone Six Flags Over Georgia
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USA
May 25, 2018 Operating Georgia Cyclone conversion
Hakugei Nagashima Spa Land
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Japan
March 28, 2019 Operating White Cyclone conversion
Untamed Walibi Holland
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Netherlands
July 1, 2019 Operating Robin Hood conversion
Zadra Energylandia
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Poland
August 22, 2019 Operating Ground-up
Iron Gwazi Busch Gardens Tampa
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USA
2020 Under construction Gwazi conversion

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