Dorney Park's Stinger takes you upside down six times in just over a minute and a half. The seven-car train hangs from an overhead steel track, seating two abreast, in back-to-back rows. The ride begins when the train climbs out of the station up a 16-story lift hill. Reaching the peak, the train descends 138-feet to reach a top speed of 50 miles-per-hour. Between each end of the track is a double boomerang inversion and vertical loop. Reaching the opposite end, the train climbs the opposite lift and repeats the course again, in reverse.
|2012||Steel||Invertigo, Multielement Shuttle||Vekoma|
|Height: 161 feet||Drop: 138 feet|
|Top Speed: 50 mph||G-force: 5 G's|
|Length: 985 feet||Inversions: 6|
|Trains: 1 - 28 passenger||Ride Time: 1 minute, 10 seconds|
Riders are seated two abreast in a manner so that they face each other.
2011 – Invertigo removed from California's Great America and relocated to Dorney Park.
2012 – Renamed Stinger
Train has seven cars with two rows each, seating two abreast per row.
Height requirement: Riders must be at least 54 inches tall and less than 78 inches
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