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This 90,000-Piece LEGO Roller Coaster Is Intense

by Conner Flynn
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Roller coasters and I don’t really get along. Let’s just say shaking me up and flipping me over until I’m ready to puke is not my idea of a great time. But maybe riding on this huge 90,000-piece LEGO replica would be a great way to experience some thrills without all of the nausea.

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This amazing creation has 85+ feet of track, and it took LEGO fanatic ‘Chairudo’ over 800 hours to put the 90,000 plastic pieces in place. It is actually a replica coaster inspired by the real-life wooden El Toro ride at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, New Jersey. For the first video below, he strapped a video camera to the coaster’s cars for a fun first-person view of the ride.

The second video shows off the truly impressive scale of the build. It’s not just the roller coaster, there are some other small rides and attractions to the side of this massive coaster and some buildings across the way too. It’s really amazing to watch the ride from start to finish and see just how huge this thing is. Those little LEGO minifigs look like they are having a ton of fun.

I just can’t believe that anyone would have so many brown LEGO bricks.

[via Brothers Brick via Sploid]



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