Statistics

Length:2,735 ft
Height:208 ft
Inversions:4
Speed:70 mph
Duration:2:30
Max Vertical Angle:116°
Elements:Elevator Lift
Immelmann
Dive Loop
Over-Banked Curve
Block Brake
Lagoon Roll
450° Helix

Details

Categories:Built In-House
Cost:$22,000,000 USD
Trains:Single car trains. Riders are arranged 4 across in 3 rows for a total of 12 riders per car.
Built by: ART Engineering GmbH
Notes:I know what you're thinking. "Does the Cannibal have five inversions or only four?" Well, to tell you the truth, in all this excitement I kind of lost track myself. But being as this is an Over-Banked Curve of unknown degree of incline, you've got to ask yourself one question: "Is it over 135°?" Well, is it, punk?

Silliness aside, rcdb-logic works like this -- when an Over-Banked Curve is greater than 135° it is considered a "Cutback" and an inversion. The 135° figure comes from adding 90° and 45°, or in other words, closer to upside down than to vertical. In the case of Cannibal's curve, the degree of incline isn't known and therefore considered less than 135° until this statistic is confirmed.

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