One of the world's tallest, fastest steel roller coasters, Steel Dragon 2000 is an "out and back" hypercoaster designed by Steve Okamoto and Morgan Manufacturing. A skyscraper itself, Steel Dragon 2000 rises up 318 feet and begins with a 306-foot drop that accelerates the trains to 95 mph. Two more hills in excess of twenty stories each (252 feet and 210 feet respectively) follow the first. The total ride experience lasts about three minutes in which time thrill-seekers will have covered over a mile and a half of steel track.
|Drop: 310 feet||Height: 318 feet|
|Length: 8,133 feet||Trains: 3 - 36 passenger|
|Top Speed: 95 mph|
August 23, 2003 - September 2, 2006 — Standing-But-Not-Operating (SBNO)
Train has six cars with three rows each, seating two abreast per row.
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