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Six Flags Fiesta Texas announced in August 2012, that they would be revamping their wooden coaster, The Rattler, into a steel track coaster, to be called Iron Rattler.The renovation would be performed by Rocky Mountain Construction and would feature the I-Box steel track on some of the original wooden coaster supports, Rattler-themed trains supplied by Gerstlauer, and a barrel roll. The Rattler had been constructed by Roller Coaster Corporation of America.
Brenda Solis of KLQB described the ride as "the most intense, craziest roller coaster ever".
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It is the first hybrid wood and steel roller coaster to feature an inversion, in which riders are turned upside-down and then back upright.
The inversion is a zero-g-roll, which is when the train goes through a combination of a loop and a roll.
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It was later revealed by the Spokane Journal of Business that The Rattler would be completely refurbished in 2013 with new track and trains in a manner similar to that used by the company on the New Texas Giant at Six Flags Over Texas in 2011.
The National Roller Coaster Museum and Archives announced on April 16, 2013, they would be auctioning off the first ride of Iron Rattler on the evening of May 17, 2013, and proceeds going towards the museum.
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The park's parent company, Six Flags, immediately began looking for other rides in its chain which would benefit from a similar overhaul.