First flying roller coaster ever opened to the public. Opened on April 1st, 2000 at Paramount’s Great America Amusement Park riders found themselves in a lay-down position at departure from the station and a hanging then flying position after the lift hill: an amazing feeling. Stealth runs 2 lay-down trains with 6 cars per train. Stealth lasts 1:50, is 115 feet tall, runs at a maximum speed of 51 mph, and has a maximum G force of 4.3. Stealth includes 8 inversions in the form of one 66' vertical loop, a 110-degree horseshoe, four 180-degree inversions, and a twin corkscrew. Stealth was built by Vekoma at a cost of $17,000,000. Stealth is dark gray, light gray, and red painted with a total of 275 gallons of paint.

Compiled Statistics of Stealth:
  • Length: 2766'
  • Height: 115'
  • Max Speed: 51 mph
  • Max G-Forces: 4.3
  • Duration: 1:50