Raptor

Track Type

Chain

Lift Type

3056'

Length

125'

Height

58 MPH

speed

Inversions

Six Flags Great Adventure, NJ

New Jersey

The Jersey Devil Coaster uses four trains, each containing 12 rows, with one passenger per row. It is the first single-rail roller coaster with three inversions. According to renderings, after going up the 130-foot (40 m) tall lift hill, the train will go down a 87° drop, which leads into a dive loop and then an airtime hill 180° stall. It will then go up into a turnaround, which drops down into a zero-G roll. After a mid-course brake run, the train will go over a few airtime hills, before fully braking at the end and turning around to go back into the station.

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Six Flags Great Adventure is an amusement park owned and operated by Six Flags, located approximately 20 miles southeast of Trenton in Jackson, New Jersey. Situated between New York City and Philadelphia, the park complex also includes Hurricane Harbor water park. The park opened as Great Adventure in 1974 under the direction of restaurateur Warner LeRoy and was acquired by Six Flags in 1977. In 2012, Six Flags combined its 160-acre (65 ha) Great Adventure with its 350-acre (140 ha) Wild Safari animal park to form Six Flags Great Adventure & Safari park. At 510 acres (210 ha), it is the second-largest theme park in the world following Disney's Animal Kingdom.