The best you can do is try out the test seat when it opens. cause even though there are similar rides/clones or models, each ride can be slightly different. My friend took a trip with me, rode Voodoo & can ride V2 here but can't fit in Wicked Twister...how, I have no clue.
It looks like the installation at Six Flags Over Texas did not get the station mechanism that rotates the seats forward to assist rider loading and un-loading. (Present at SFFT's Batman). This was absent from the Great Adventure model and is supposedly the reason their's has so much downtime.
I wonder if this means ours will have poor reliability...
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Looks like a design improvement that reduces moving parts and increases reliability. Instead of pushing the guide rail down, the guide rail angles downward on one end and upward on the other end. You can see this in some of the videos of The Joker at Great Adventure. Notice the level of the rail in the pictures above compared to the level of the track. I have noticed the transfer track on all three Jokers appears to have changed from the Great Adventure version and will be a single track that ends near the covered bridge.
I have to agree with the other post, you can see a rail that most likely rotates the seats as they enter the station. The Batman version has a rail on a hydraulic piston, this means it works similar to superman's seats....
....and we all know how well those work.
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Nice video! I don't see Whirligig in the first part of the video where it is a mirror image. Based on where he is standing, it should be visible behind the tree to the left of his head. Do they put it into storage for winter?