Fury 325 is claimed to be the “world’s tallest & fastest giga coaster (a roller-coaster with a height or drop ranging from 300 ft to 399 ft and completes a full circuit). Manufactured by Bolliger & Mabillard, it reaches a maximum height of 325 feet (99 m), and throughout the 3-minute, 25-second ride, riders will reach speeds up to 95 miles per hour (153 km/h), go through high-speed curves, and pass over and under the park’s main entrance. Continue reading for a video and more information.
After, the train will enter a second banked turn to the left, reaching a height of 101 feet (31 m). Following a straight section of track, the train will go over a 111-foot (34 m) camelback hill. Riders will then enter a near-180-degree helix before going over a second camelback hill. Following a turn to the left, the train will pass over the final camelback hill before turning right into the final brake run. After making a 180-degree turn back into the station, riders will disembark and the next riders will board. One cycle of the ride is expected to last about three minutes and 25 seconds.