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See also:Banana Roll, Barrel Roll Downdrop, Batwing, Bent Cuban Eight, Block Brake, Booster Wheel Lift Hill, Bowtie, Butterfly, Cable Lift Hill, Catch Car Lift Hill, Catch Car Vertical Lift, Chain Lift Hill, Cobra Loop, Cobra Roll, Compressed Air Launch, Corkscrew, Cutback, Demonic Knot, Dive Drop, Dive Loop, Diving Turn, Double Corkscrew, Double Dip, Double Heartline Roll, Double In-Line Twist, Electric Spiral Lift, Electric Winch Launch, Elevator Lift, Ferris Wheel Lift, Fly To Lie, Flying Snake Dive, Flywheel Launch, Hanging Lift, Heartline Roll, Helix, Hill, Horseshoe, Hydraulic Launch, Immelmann, Inclined Dive Loop, Inclined Loop, In-Line Twist, Inside Raven Turn, Interlocking Corkscrews, Jr. Immelmann, Lagoon Roll, Lie To Fly, Lift Hill, LIM Launch, Loop, LSM Launch, LSM Lift Hill, Non Inverting Loop, Norwegian Loop, Outside Raven Turn, Over-Banked Curve, Pretzel Knot, Pretzel Loop, Quad Heartline Roll, Reverse Sidewinder, Roll Out, Roll Over, Scorpion Tail, Sea Serpent, Sidewinder, Ski Lift, Sky Loop, Spiral Lift, Splash Down, Splash Effect, Splash Track, Stengel Dive, Stinger Curve, Stinger Lift, Switch Track, Tilt Track, Tire Propelled Launch, Tongue, Top Gun Stall, Top Hat - Inside, Top Hat - Outside, Trick Track, Triple Corkscrew, Triple Dip, Triple Heartline Roll, Tunnel, Turntable, Twisted Horseshoe Roll, Vertical Chain Lift Hill, Vertical Drop Track, Vertical Spiral, Weight Drop Launch, Wraparound Corkscrew, Zero-G Roll, Zero-G Stall
Description:The saxophone inversion consists of basically two hairpin turns traveled vertically.  During the first hairpin the car essentially falls over an edge and continues to curve downward - past vertical until it is upside-down and horizontal with the track above.  After traveling horizontally in this inverted position for a bit, the train enters what resembles the second half of a traditional vertical loop, thus returning the car to an upright position.  The second half of the inversion tends to have a larger diameter than the first.  Tracing this inversion from the point where the train changes from right-side-up to the point where it returns to right-side-up creates a shape that looks like a saxophone turned 90 degrees.
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