🤮 VR 360° 5K video from the front row of the roller coaster MONTU at Busch Gardens, Tampa Bay [360-DEGREE VIDEO: LOOK IN ANY DIRECTION]
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ABOUT MONTU, BUSCH GARDENS, TAMPA BAY: The ride begins with the floor retracting which leads to the front gate opening. The trains leaves the station with a small dip and turnaround out of the station tracking towards the 150-foot-tall chain lift hill. Once at the top, riders twist down 151 feet to the left and into a 104-foot-tall vertical loop, reaching speeds of up to 60 miles per hour. Following the vertical loop, the track passes through a tunnel and zooms into an Immelmann loop, providing a footchopper element with the pylon. After completing the Immelmann, the train goes through a zero-g roll, where riders experience a feeling of weightlessness. Following the zero-g roll, the track hits a batwing, entering a trench at the valley between the two inversions. Leaving the batwing, the track rises up in to the mid-course brake run. Following the second brake run, the track makes a dive to the right into a trench where it hits a 60-foot-tall vertical loop. The track then exits the trench, making a three-quarter clockwise turn. After passing under the zero-g roll, the track makes a left hand turn over the first vertical loop's exit and dives into another trench to hit a corkscrew, before making another right turn onto the final brake run.