🎢 VR 360° 5K | KUMBA: Busch Gardens | Front Row POV Extreme Scary VR Roller Coaster

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14.01.2019

🤮 VR 360° 5K video from the front row of the roller coaster KUMBA at Busch Gardens, Tampa Bay [360-DEGREE VIDEO: LOOK IN ANY DIRECTION]
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ABOUT KUMBA: The ride begins with a right-hand, 90-degree turn out of the station which leads into the 143-foot-tall chain lift hill. After reaching the peak, trains go through a small pre-drop. The ride then goes down a 135-foot drop to the left into a 114-foot-tall vertical loop that wraps around the lift hill. After leaving the vertical loop, the ride rises up into a diving loop, followed by a zero-g roll, where riders experience a feeling of weightlessness. A straight section of track and a small hill leads to a Cobra roll. After exiting the cobra roll, the trains rise up into the mid-course brake run. The exit from the brake run leads into a pair of interlocking corkscrews. The train then dives into a tunnel, and exits into an upward clockwise helix. The train then hits the final brake run, before making a right hand turn and returning to the station.

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