ZacSpin

ZacSpin
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General
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Status In production
Installations 4
Statistics
Manufacturer Intamin
Type Steel- 4th Dimension


ZacSpin is a series of 4th Dimension roller coaster models designed by Intamin. The product was originally called a Ball Coaster and was introduced circa 2005. There have been four installations.

Statistics[edit | edit source]

25-147 25-177 32.5-247 50-282
Track layout ZacSpin 25-147.png ZacSpin 25-177.png ZacSpin 32.5-247.png ZacSpin 50-282.png
Height 82 feet 82 feet 106.6 feet 164 feet
Length 482.9 feet 580.7 feet 810.4 feet 925.2 feet
Speed 34.2 mph 37.9 mph 34.2 mph 34.8 mph
Dimensions 98.4 feet x 39.4 feet 134.5 feet x 39.4 feet 131.2 feet x 39.4 feet 131.2 feet x 39.4 feet
Vehicles Up to 4 Up to 4 Up to 6 Up to 6
Riders per hour 640 720 800 900

Installations[edit | edit source]

There have been four ZacSpin roller coasters built.

Name Amusement park Country Variation Opened Status
Green Lantern: First Flight Six Flags Magic Mountain
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USA
32.5-247 July 1, 2011 Closed 2017
Inferno Terra Mítica
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Spain
25-147 July 21, 2007 Operating
Insane Gröna Lund
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Sweden
32.5-247 April 25, 2009 Operating
Kirnu Linnanmäki
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Finland
25-147 April 27, 2007 Operating

Incidents[edit | edit source]

On July 7, 2014 at around 4:30 PM, a 18-year old man fell from Inferno at Terra Mítica. He sustained numerous serious injuries and died at the scene.[1] All four installations ceased operation awaiting investigation. After it was found that the restraints of Inferno had been modified without the approval of Intamin, the other three installations were reopened.[2]

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