Tatsu (roller coaster)

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Tatsu
Tatsu sign.jpg
Six Flags Magic Mountain Tatsu2.jpg
Tatsu's terrain layout
Six Flags Magic Mountain
LocationSix Flags Magic Mountain
Park sectionSamurai Summit
Coordinates34°25′19″N 118°35′51″W / 34.42194°N 118.59750°W / 34.42194; -118.59750Coordinates: 34°25′19″N 118°35′51″W / 34.42194°N 118.59750°W / 34.42194; -118.59750
StatusOperating
Opening dateMay 13, 2006
Cost$21 Million
General statistics
TypeSteel – Flying
ManufacturerBolliger & Mabillard
ModelFlying Coaster
Track layoutTerrain
Lift/launch systemChain Lift
Height170 ft (52 m)
Drop111 ft (34 m)
Length3,602 ft (1,098 m)
Speed62 mph (100 km/h)
Inversions4
Duration2:00
Capacity1,600 riders per hour
Height restriction54 in (137 cm)
Trains3 trains with 8 cars. Riders are arranged 4 across in a single row for a total of 32 riders per train.
Flash Pass available
Must transfer from wheelchair
Tatsu at RCDB
Pictures of Tatsu at RCDB
Tatsu's pretzel loop.

Tatsu (Dragon) is a steel rollercoaster at Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia, California, United States. It was opened (people could go on it) on May 13, 2006. It is one of the coasters considered to be Six Flags Magic Mountain's signature roller coaster. The roller coaster is located in the Samurai Summit section of the park. It is a flying type coaster, which means it is suspended below the track, with riders secured so that their backs are parallel to the track. The maximum speed of the ride is 62 mph and it also broke records with a 124-foot (38 m) pretzel loop. It is also the only flying type to feature a Zero-gravity roll.

Media coverage[change | change source]

Tatsu has been featured on three different shows:

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