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Next to Texas SkyScreamer

42 Inches

Medium Thrill

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Lapbar/Seatbelt Restraints


Statistics

• Ride/Attraction Type: Out-And-Back

• Track Type: Wood

• Opened: March 1st, 1980

• Highest Point: 71 Feet

• Highest Drop: 65 Feet

• Ride Length: 2,670 Feet

• Maximum Speed: 53 MPH

• Number of Trains: 2

• Number of Cars Per Train: 4

• Passengers Per Car: 6

• Designer: Bill Cobb

• Train Manufacturer: PTC

• Ride Colors: White Track & Supports


Ride History

1993-1996
• Judge Roy Scream trains are run backwards.

1997

• AstroWorld's Texas Cyclone PTC Trains are stripped down and made into 2 new trains.

• Judge Roy Scream trains receive individual lap bars.

2006

• Judge Roy Scream undergoes major retracking and receives a new paint job with white track and white supports.
• The white train of Judge Roy Scream is completely rebuilt.

2017

• A large portion of Judge Roy Scream, especially the second hill, is re-tracked during the off-season.


Did You Know?

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The Coaster Ride-a-Thon

In 2006, as part of the park's 45th anniversary celebration, Six Flags Over Texas hosted a ride-a-thon in which 16 contestants had to ride Judge Roy Scream for a total of 45 hours straight (with some breaks, of course).

10 contestants ended up winning the event, which included winnings of $450, all expenses paid trips, season passes, and Flash Passes for future use.

Each hour, contestants typically experienced about 18 laps around the ride's track.

In the end, the grand total of travel was 555 laps or 260.68 miles.

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Outside of the Park

One unique feature about the Judge Roy Scream is that it is actually found a ways outside of the main park itself.

Riders must actually take a tunnel under the park's 6 lanes entrance to enter the queue line before arriving at the station.

The ride itself travels out and back down the side of a pond that is located on the outskirts of the park.


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