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TMNT Shellraiser

TMNT Shellraiser

roller coaster
TMNT Shellraiser
TMNT Shellraiser rendering 1.png
A rendering of TMNT Shellraiser. The pink roller coaser is Shredder.
Nickelodeon Universe
Location East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA
Status Under construction, planned to open October 25, 2019
Manufacturer Gerstlauer
Type Steel - Launched - Indoor
Model / product Euro-Fighter 1000
Riders per train 8
Propulsion LSM launch

Vertical chain lift hill

Height141 feet
Top speed62.1 mph
Length3280.8 feet
Steepest drop121.5°

TMNT Shellraiser is a steel launched roller coaster located at Nickelodeon Universe in East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA. It will be a Gerstlauer Euro-Fighter 1000 and will open on October 25, 2019. It is based on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The shellraiser is a vehicle used by the characters.

History[edit | edit source]

Photographs of dark green track at a manufacturing facility were posted online in April 2016. It was subsequently determined that they belonged to a clone of Takabisha.[1] Gerstlauer and Triple Five Group officially revealed this coaster and a spinning coaster in November 2017. A model of the two roller coasters was on display during IAAPA 2017.[2]

The name was revealed during the American Coaster Enthusiast's Eastcoaster event on February 2, 2019.[3]

Design[edit | edit source]


TMNT Shellraiser will be a clone of Takabisha at Fuji-Q Highland, but with a slightly steeper drop. It will begin with an enclosed section that includes a heartline roll and an LSM launch. The second half of the ride begins with a vertical chain lift hill and a beyond vertical drop at an angle of 121.5 degrees; the steepest drop in the world.

The roller coaster is itnerwined with Shredder, a Gerstlauer spinning roller coaster.

Trains[edit | edit source]

Single car trains. Riders are arranged 4 across in 2 rows for a total of 8 riders per car. Riders are held in by over-the-shoulder harnesses.

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