Full Throttle was launched in 2013, as the tallest, fastest looping coaster in the world.
Full Throttle features a record-breaking 160-foot loop. It also boasts a number of other unique elements, including a "top hat" element that spans the other side of the loop, and a total of three launch sections. It was manufactured by Premier Rides, and makes use of a magnetic propulsion system.
The first of Full Throttle's launch sections sees riders hit a speed of 70 miles per hour, before racing through the vertical loop. After a banked curve to the right and a dive loop, they then plunge into an underground tunnel. Inside this, they are then launched backwards, before being dropped into a third, forwards-facing launch section that sends them over the top hat element. Finally, the train plummets back towards the ground and into a final bend before returning to the station.
Full Throttle is the centerpiece of a five-acre section housed close to Six Flags Magic Mountain's entrance. that features what the park describes as a "high-energy action" theme, and boasts "fast-paced imagery, sound and lights".