140 foot drop at 121 degree is the world’s steepest roller coaster

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(credit: via Daily Mail)

roller coaster fans has a reason to rejoice come July-16 when Fuji-Q Highland Amusement Park will open the door to the world’s steepest roller coaster ride that will put thrill seekers to over 1,000-meters (3,280-feet) of tracks complete with seven major twists and a nerve-wrecking drop of 43-meters (140-feet) at 121 degrees incline. the roller coaster, dubbed the Takabisha which translates to ‘dominant’ in English will take over the title of ‘ride with the steepest incline’ from British attraction, Mumbo Jumbo at Flamingoland in UK. this is one ride that’s definitely not for the faint-of-heart. check out a time-lapse video of the construction of the world’s steepest roller coaster after the break.
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via DVICE / Daily Mail

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