Scream! (SFMM)

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Scream (originally stylised as Scream!) is a floorless roller coaster at Six Flags Magic Mountain. Manufactured by Bolliger & Mabillard, Scream was the park’s sixteenth roller coaster and is located in Screampunk District area of the park. The 150-foot-tall (46 m) ride consists of a series of roller coaster elements including seven inversions ranging from a zero-g roll to interlocking corkscrews. The ride is a mirror image of Bizarro at Six Flags Great Adventure. Unlike its counterpart, Scream has been criticized for its lack of theming.

Statistics:
Length: 3,985 ft
Height: 150 ft
Drop: 141 ft
Inversions: 7
Speed: 63 mph
Duration: 3:00
Elements: Chain Lift Hill, 128 ft tall Loop, 96 ft tall Dive Loop, Zero-G Roll, 78 ft tall Cobra Roll, Block Brake, Interlocking Corkscrews
Capacity: 1,440 riders per hour

Once the train is loaded and secured, the floor is retracted and the train departs the station. A U-turn to the right leads to the 150-foot-tall (46 m) chain lift hill. Once riders reach the top, they go through a small pre-drop before dropping 141 feet (43 m) to the right. The train then reaches a top speed of 63 miles per hour (101 km/h) and enters the 128-foot-tall (39 m) vertical loop followed by a turn to the left into the 96-foot-tall (29 m) dive loop. After the diving loop, the train passes the station and goes through a zero-g roll, where riders experience a feeling of weightlessness. The train then goes through the 78-foot-tall (24 m) cobra roll, a roller coaster element which inverts riders twice. Riders then enter the mid-course brake run which is located next to the lift hill. The train drops out of the brake run to the right and enters a 270-degree helix followed by the two interlocking corkscrews. Riders to through a small dip then enter the final brake run before returning to the station.

More info:
* http://rcdb.com/2169.htm
* https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scream_(roller_coaster)
* https://www.sixflags.com/magicmountain

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