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Takabisha begins with an [[indoor]] section that includes a [[Barrel Roll]] and the [[launched|launch]] track. The second half of the ride begins with a vertical [[lift hill]] and the beyond vertical drop.
 
Takabisha begins with an [[indoor]] section that includes a [[Barrel Roll]] and the [[launched|launch]] track. The second half of the ride begins with a vertical [[lift hill]] and the beyond vertical drop.
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|before  =[[Timber Drop]]
 
|before  =[[Timber Drop]]
 
|record  =steepest
 
|record  =steepest
|duration =July 2011
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|duration =July 2011 – present
 
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Revision as of 12:32, 27 June 2014

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roller coaster
Takabisha
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Fuji-Q Highland
Location Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan
Status Operating since July 16, 2011
Statistics
Manufacturer Gerstlauer
Type Steel
Model / product Custom Euro-Fighter
Riders per train 8
Propulsion Launch (0 - 62.1 mph in 2.0 seconds), vertical chain lift hill
Height141.1 feet
Top speed62.1 mph
Length3,280.8 feet
Inversions7
Steepest drop121 degrees°
Duration1:51
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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 at 121 degrees, just half a degree more than Green Lantern at Warner Bros. Movie World.

Design

Elements

Takabisha begins with an indoor 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.

Trains

6 cars. Riders are arranged 4 across in 2 rows for a total of 8 riders per car.

Steepest roller coaster
July 2011 – present
Preceded by
Timber Drop
Steepest roller coaster
July 2011 – present
Succeeded by