Technicians loaded it with water-filled balloon dummies to see how the cars handled the fast turns and major plunges.
The park opens again in March and General Manager Brad Thomas says the wooden roller coaster has everything thrill-seekers are looking for.
"This ride allows folks to be on the steepest drop of any wood coaster on the planet. It allows you to go 68 miles an hour which is the fastest of any wood coaster, and it will take you upside down not once, not twice but three times which no other coaster has ever been able to do."
The water dummies were designed to
simulate the weight of average humans. The park opens to real people