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Steel Vengeance
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General
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Park Cedar Point
Location USASandusky, Ohio, USA
Status Operating
Operated
Operated
Opened May 5, 2018
Opening
Cost awaiting verification
Height restriction 52 inches (132 cm)
Statistics
Manufacturer Rocky Mountain Construction
Builder
Designer Alan Schilke
Type
Type
Model
Riders per train 24
Riders per hour
Lift/launch system Chain lift
Height 205 feet feet
Drop 200 feet feet
Top speed 74 mph mph
Length 5,740 feet feet
Dimensions
Duration 2:30
Inversions 4
Steepest drop 90 degrees
Maximum g-force


Steel Vengeance, formerly known as Mean Streak, is a Rocky Mountain Construction hyper-hybrid roller coaster located at Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio, USA. It was the park's eighteenth roller coaster when it opened on May 5, 2018. Steel Vengeance is the first and only hyper-hybrid roller coaster, meaning that it is the only coaster made of both wood and steel that exceeds 200 feet. It is the fourth tallest roller coaster at Cedar Point, having a height that is equal with Magnum XL-200. When it opened, Steel Vengeance broke 10 world records.

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Mean Streak offered its final rides to the public on September 16, 2016. The ride was officially confirmed in August 2017. Steel Vengeance was opened at Cedar Point in 2018. The coaster broke 10 records when it opened. The coaster was Cedar Point's 18th. Steel Vengeance features 3 trains. Each train carries 6 cars, allowing for a capacity 24 people in 12 rows of 2.

Trains:3 trains with 6 cars. Riders are arranged 2 across in 2 rows for a total of 24 riders per train

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