Knott's Berry Farm's seventh roller coaster Silver Bullet is a high-flying $16 million attraction that soars over Fiesta Village shoots onto the Ghost Town scene and back over Indian Trails. Suspended below the track, Silver Bullet sends riders climbing to a height of fourteen stories to fly down an initial drop of 109 feet. Onboard riders will spiral, corkscrew, fly into and out of a cobra roll, and experience overbanked curves. Overall, riders will find themselves upside down six times, including one vertical loop that stands ten stories tall. With two trains, Silver Bullet sends 1,300 guests per hour head-over-heels on a two and half minute, high-speed tour, moving riders along 3,125 feet of track while reaching a top speed of 55 miles-per-hour.
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|2004||Steel||Inverted Multielement||Bolliger & Mabillard|
Inversions: 105-foot Vertical Loop, Cobra Roll, Zero-G Roll, Two Corkscrews
Maximum two train operation.
Opening date: December 7, 2004
Estimated cost: $16 million
Train has eight cars with one row each, seating four abreast per row.
Height requirement: Riders must be at least 54 inches tall
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