Six Flags Magic Mountain:
What is your opinion of Tatsu?
What do you think of Tatsu at Six Flags Magic Mountain?
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I think it's awesome. The first time I rode it I felt a little dizzy when I got off, but the next time I rode it (last August) it was great. It's incredibly smooth... or at least it was when I rode it last.
Tatsu is my all time favorite roller coaster. I love it because you fly.
I've never been to SFMM, but if and when I do, that will be my top priority, and it has since it came out! Well, my tops are that, Riddler's Revenge, and probably X2.
I commented on this thread because I love the B&M seats. I had been waiting for a while to get in one, and to ride a pretzel loop. These both I accomplished at SFOG sunday! The seats have to be 20x better and comfier than Vekoma's. They are really soft and patted, which makes them so awesome, like the things that go across your chest! I love it!
I get a chance to ride it along with my first ever to SFMM and being my first flying coaster and all, it should truely be a memorable experience!
Eli, you have to ride X2! That is the coolest 4th dimension coaster ever! It has flamethrowers, and lout music while you ride. It is 200 feet tall, and goes 80 miles per hour. Riddler is super fun! I love standing up on a coaster. BandM seats are very comfortable. I haven't been on a Vekoma flying coaster yet, Tatsu is the only flyer I have been on. It is the tallest fastest flying coaster in the world. I hope you get to ride it soon. And don't forget to ride Terminator!
Thanks Sarah, but trust me, I know all the stats and stuff! Such as X2's drop is 88.5 degrees. Also, some corrections: it's height is 175, with a drop of 215, and a high speed of 76. As for the Riddler, the only B&M stand up i've ridden is Georgia Scorcher, and that was pretty good. B&M is my fav company! And I would come out to SFMM, but I'm a teen, and my parents won't let me.
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