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Six Flags Magic Mountain: I don't know if anybody knows, but SFMM's X is in the 2008 season X2!

From Eli Katzman
Posted November 30, 2007 at 5:07 PM
Okay, here's what's happening: X is going from X to X2, or 4th demention to the 5th.

1. All new seats that are more fluffy and are not nearly as hard to strap yourself in.
2. All new state-of-the-art visual, audio, and sensory effects.
3. All new tunnel. (I don't know where on the ride).
4. All new lights for the all new tunnel, which will make it a lot cooler.

Sorry folks, that's all I know. Thanks for comments if you have any!

From Russell Meyer
Posted November 30, 2007 at 5:38 PM
This is the marketing gimmick of the century. The new trains for the coaster are desperately needed because the original trains are the reason why the coaster had such a large amount of downtime. S&S had been working on the new trains for almost two years until they finished Eejanaika at Fuji Q last year. The additional "sensory and lighting effects" will be nothing special, and the promised tunnel effect will probably only work 1/4 of the time. It's good to see the train upgrade, but what this coaster needs is a crew that can actually maintain all of the trains (hopefully they actually get 3 of them) and load them efficiently without stacking.

From Ally Pascua
Posted November 30, 2007 at 8:52 PM
Finally! Although the very front seats are the most enjoyable, the back seats are absolutely unbearable! All I could remember was my head constantly banging back and forth within the restraints. I hope these new trains will do justice because the track's layout is perfect in my mind.

From Rosa De La Cruz
Posted December 2, 2007 at 6:54 PM
Sounds great! The new trains will mean improved ride reliability and the enhancements are a great idea. Can't wait to see the finished product.

From Phillip Florendo
Posted December 4, 2007 at 12:39 AM
I must ride it before it gets jerky again. I must.

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