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'''Takabisha''' is a [[Gerstlauer]] [[Euro-Fighter]] [[roller coaster]] located at [[Fuji-Q Highland]] in Yamanashi, Japan. The ride features the world's [[Steepest Drop on a Roller Coaster|steepest drop]] at 121 degrees.
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'''Takabisha''' is a [[Gerstlauer]] [[Euro-Fighter]] [[roller coaster]] located at [[Fuji-Q Highland]] in Yamanashi, Japan. The ride features the world's second
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[[Steepest Drop on a Roller Coaster|steepest drop]] at 121 degrees.
 
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Revision as of 22:01, 3 February 2012

Takabisha
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Park

Fuji-Q Highland

Location

Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan

Opened

July 16, 2011

Manufacturer

Gerstlauer

Type

Euro-Fighter

Riders per train

8

Height

141 feet (43 meters)

Top speed

62.1 mph (99.9 km/h)

Length

3,280 feet (999.7 meters)

Duration

1:52

Inversions

7

Steepest drop

121°

Takabisha is a Gerstlauer Euro-Fighter roller coaster located at Fuji-Q Highland in Yamanashi, Japan. The ride features the world's second steepest drop at 121 degrees.

Design

Elements

Barrel Roll
Vertical Loop
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Corkscrew
Dive Loop
Cutback
Immelman

Takabisha begins with an indoors section that includes a Barrel Roll and the launch track. The second half of the ride begins with a vertical lift hill and the beyond vertical drop.

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