|Twist Coaster Robin|
|Location||Inagi, Tokyo, Japan|
|Operated||March 2014 to|
|Designer/Calculations||Sansei Technologies, Inc.|
|Riders per train||4|
|Riders per hour|
|Lift/launch system||Chain lift|
|Height||ft (Expression error: Unexpected * operator. m)|
|Drop||62.3 ft (19 m)|
|Top speed||38.5 mph (62 km/h)|
|Length||1,026.9 ft (313 m)|
|Dimensions||ft (Expression error: Unexpected * operator. m) x ft (Expression error: Unexpected * operator. m)|
|Steepest drop||93 degrees|
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Unlike other El Loco roller coasters, Twist Coaster Robin was designed and manufactured in conjunction with Japanese company Sansei Technologies, Inc., the largest share holder of S&S Worldwide. This explains the unusual track layout, track and support style common on Japanese roller coasters.
On March 19, 2014, a car ascending the lift hill rolled back around five feet and crashed into a car in the station. None of the three riders were injured.