X2 at Six Flags Magic MountainSix Flags Magic Mountain’s X2 is one of the most extreme roller coasters around. Seated in 4th dimension roller coaster trains, riders are rotated in different positions through out an already intense and twisted layout.

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As with many roller coaster videos, this one just can’t do this ride justice. The experience of plummeting down the first 215 foot tall drop head down is insane!

For more, see my full X2 at Six Flags Magic Mountain review.

Check out this POV video of X2 at Six Flags Magic Mountain:

Note – This video was shot by professionals. For safety reasons, please DO NOT film while riding a roller coaster without permission from the park.

Have you ridden X2? Does it top your list of the most intense coasters you’ve experienced? Leave a comment below.

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6 Responses

  1. The Coaster Guy

    I couldn’t agree more with your comment that the video doesn’t do the ride justice. It’s one thing to explain how the seats rotate thanks to a second pair of rails, but you can’t really capture that feeling in a video. You must ride this coaster yourself to truly experience the unique forces that other types of coasters simply can’t come close to replicating.

    • Joel

      You got that right. It’s totally unique. One of those rides every thrill seeker or coaster enthusiast should experience.

  2. Susan

    Rode X2 once on our visit last June. It was dark & I don’t really remember much of it. The photo evidence on the way out did say I was petrified though! Hoping to get back on X2 numerous times on our next visit in November.

  3. Mike M.

    Easily one of my favorite rides. That skydive (first drop) is one of the most unique and thrilling roller coaster elements I have ever experienced. Between that and Tatsu’s pretzel loop, SFMM definitely has 2 of my top 3 roller coaster moments.


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