Texas Stingray was making its first test runs in advance of its opening next month as SeaWorld San Antonio. Today, the park released its first-look real on-ride POV video of the Great Coasters International ride.We told you last month that
Texas Stingray will become Texas' fastest, tallest, and longest wooden coaster when it opens on February 22, with 3,379 feet of track, a 100-foot drop from a 96-foot lift hill, and a top speed of 55 mph.
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This looks like a really good ride. You can feel those bits of ejector air on those low to ground areas just watching the video!
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This looks like a really solid coaster. I'm surprised with how much of the course is lower to the ground, much like many RMCs. With more low-slung elements, the train is able to maintain its speed, generating a far more exciting and unpredictable ride experience.