Roller coaster - 48 inches to ride
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When it opened in 2000, it was the first roller coaster in the world to have a drop of over 250 ft., and a top speed of 85 mph.
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Really smooth ride, some big drops and fun turns
A very solid hypercoaster, though inferior to most B&M creations. This is one of the few coasters that SFMM seems to operate well with lines that consistently move as long as there aren't any major technical problems. The first drop and dive into a subterranean tunnel are great, but it's the second half of the ride and its intense helixes that present the highlights for me.
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