Hell Cat is an "out and back" wooden roller coaster designed by S&S Power. The coaster's lift hill rises eleven stories over Clementon Park to begin a 105-foot drop at a 62-degree angle. Two additional drops follow, one at 82-feet and another at 65-feet. The roller coaster's 16-passenger trains reach a top speed of 56 miles-per-hour as they ride along more than half-a-mile of wood layered track.
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2008 – J2 name changed to Hell Cat. First drop modified with the addition of trim brakes.
2005 – Tsunami name changed to J2, which is short for Jack Rabbit 2.
Opening date: September 18, 2004
Estimated cost: $4 million
Train has four cars with two rows each, seating two abreast per row.
Height requirement: Riders must be at least 50 inches tall
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