Six Flags Magic Mountain shows progress on Twisted Colossus

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Amid the holiday decorations, work continues at Six Flags Magic Mountain on Twisted Colossus — the revamped coaster that will replace the iconic wooden Colossus that was retired last summer. Park officials have promised fans to upgrade Colossus, which opened at the park in 1978.

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The pre lift portion of the ride looks insane(in a good way). Can not wait to see the final result.


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The car at IAAPA seemed oddly small, and those shin restraints always cause concern for me. I hope it's comfortable.


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As uncomfortable as some coaster seats and restraints are for me, I've never had any issue with the shin bars. I hear so many people complain about em but I usually can't tell they're even there.

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The shin restraints are a non issue. Goliath has the same trains and they were comfy and very accommodating.


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It was looking good when we went the Monday before Thanksgiving. They are really ripping out a lot of the original structure.


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And what they're not ripping out, they're turning into a bonfire. ;)

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