Medusa Steel Coaster

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Medusa Steel Coaster
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Six Flags Mexico
Location Mexico City, Mexico
Status Operating since 14 June 2014
Replaced Medusa
Statistics
Manufacturer Rocky Mountain Construction
Product I-Box Track
Designer / calculations Alan Schilke
Type Steel - Hybrid - Virtual reality
Riders per train 24
Propulsion Chain lift hill
Height 29.9 feet
Top speed 93.3 mph
Length 914.4 feet
Inversions 3
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Medusa Steel Coaster is a Rocky Mountain Construction steel roller coaster located at Six Flags Mexico in Mexico City, Mexico. The ride uses some of the structure of Medusa, a Custom Coasters International wooden roller coaster which closed on 18 August 2013.[1]

History

Medusa Steel Coaster was announced on 29 August 2013.[2] It officially opened on 14 June 2014. On its opening day, it was well-received, with celebrities such as Eugenio Derbez, Danna Paola, Drake Bell, and several other celebrities of Mexico giving positive reviews of the coaster.Citation needed

On 1 September 2016, Six Flags announced that Medusa Steel Coaster would receive virtual reality headsets for 2017. These show the New Revolution film that many other Six Flags parks received in 2016.[3]

Design

Elements

Trains

2 trains with 6 cars per train. In each car, riders are arranged 2 across in 2 rows, for a total of 24 riders per train.

References

External links


Articles on Six Flags México