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What is the tallest roller coaster in the world?

Kingda Ka, located at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, New Jersey, United States. It is 456 feet (139 meters) tall and has a top speed of 128 mph (226 km/h), and has tw (MORE)

What are the 3 wheels on a roller coaster?

Road Wheels-these run on top of the track. Friction Wheels-these either run on the inside or outside of the track, depending on the builder. They are used to make sure the car (MORE)

How do you record in no limits roller coaster?

In the middle of a simulation, you press the 0 on the number pad to start and stop recording. To get your video, go to desktop, then click no limits. there should be a screen (MORE)

What is a roller coasters kinetic energy?

Kinetic Energy is the energy of motion. It is equal to mass times velocity squared. So KINETIC ENERGY = MASS x VELOCITY^2, where ^ indicates raise to a power. Since for a giv (MORE)

Is the roller coaster tatsu scary?

Tatsu, a steel roller coaster at Six Flags Magic Mountain, may be  scary to some people. It is a flying coaster instead of the  traditional sitting coaster, which may make t (MORE)

When did roller coasters originate?

  Roller Coasters originated in France, but they were really unsafe and a lot of people were injured on them. Believe it or not, the first coaster was actually a hand car (MORE)

Which roller coaster has the most hills?

The Silver Bullet, in Knotsberry Farm in California, I would suggest going there, it's a lot cheaper then Disney land, and has a wicked roller coaster that has magnets that ma (MORE)