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|Designer / calculations||Curtis D. Summers|
|Propulsion||Chain lift hill|
|Top speed||50 mph|
|Manufacturer||Bolliger & Mabillard|
|Riders per train||24|
On December 27, 1990, Six Flags Magic Mountain announced that Psyclone would be added to the park.
The Psyclone opened on March 23, 1991 following a preview event two days before.
On January 23, 2007, a spokeswoman for the park announced that Psyclone would be removed to make room for future expansion. The announcement also confirmed that Flashback, an Intamin steel roller coaster which had been standing but not operating for several years, would be removed.
Psyclone was dismantled and scrapped during the last week of February 2007. The area of the park where Psyclone once stood is now occupied by another wooden roller coaster, Apocalypse.
The roller coaster was based on the original Coney Island Cyclone which opened in 1927, but is 10 feet taller. The ride had eleven hills, five high-speed banked turns, and a 183 foot long, dark tunnel before the lift hill.
2 trains with 6 cars per train. Riders are arranged 2 across in 2 rows for a total of 24 riders per train.
Psyclone's trains were built by Bolliger & Mabillard. They were run backwards on Colossus during Halloween events until its closure in 2014. It was one of only two roller coasters not built by B&M to have their rolling stock, the other being Steel Dragon 2000 at Nagashima Spa Land. A car from Psyclone is now on display at the Daytona Speedway in Florida.
- on the Roller Coaster DataBase.
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