Some of Déjà Vu's problems came from these twin spikes. There are cables to pull the train straight up the towers, but they caused mechanical problems. One problem is that the train didn't engage the lift mechanism on the second spike on several occasions, causing the train to valley somewhere along the course.
For several years, Déjà Vu had been closed for long periods of time. In fact, every time we have visited the park, it was closed!
The ride was removed from Six Flags Over Georgia in late 2007. The pieces were shipped to the Mirabilandia park in Brazil, but it never was reassembled.
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