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- Area: 5x4.
- The ride consists of “a three-dimensional rocking, rolling and rotating motion” as two-person bucket seats flip around freely, while attached to a main wheel with an electric, variable speed drive (holding 18 twin-seats), that varies in angle hydraulically.
In Real Life
- The Chaos ride is made by Chance-Morgan Manufacturing and is one of the most unique flat rides ever built. Due to a severe wear problem in the main drive gear on the ride, many parks that had one removed them (The Six Flags chain was famous for having them and was the first chain to report the issue in the drive gear).
This ride is very similar to the Enterprise ride, although Kaos has free-flipping seats.