First Drop Airtimes Masterpiece

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Fury 325 features
United States
Sit Down
Chain lift hill
Lap bar
Reviews  82
  • Chase Weeks
    Chase Weeks 1 month ago

    First Drop Fun Intensity

    I queued up for this masterpiece at 10 a.m. on a Sunday just before the church crowd invaded the park. After watching a few ghost trains warm up the rail we were hearded on like cattle for the slaughter. I'm a back row boy so I decided to pop my Fury cherry with the rest of the usuals. As the perky ride Ops sent up the train of unsuspecting first timers my belly was a flutter. It was a crisp 50 degrees outside and my face was flush with excited frost. The train climbed the 325 foot ascent and crested the top with ease. What a B&M beauty. We were off! The first drop was a gift from the coaster gods and I was but a mere mortal basking in its almighty presence. WHOOSH! The ride was already my new number 1 before we even hit the legendary treble clef element. After the treble clef turned us downward to an under bridge lit with green lights we were treated with all sorts of sweet succulent air time. The ride did not let up. Not even the pre-ejector trim kicked in. We were treated with a nice hand chopper support and whisked into more airtime before finishing. As we pulled back into the station I knew I had found my happy place. A trip through the gift shop and a glance at my on ride photo was a drunken experiece as I came down from my brains recent adrenaline bath. I hit this train a dozen times throughout the day and was even a front row rider for the last train of the night. If anybody asks what my favorite coaster is I bleed teal and gush about Fury 325. NUMBER ONE.

  • Nathan F
    Nathan F 1 month ago

    Pace Masterpiece Intensity

    Fury 325 is an amazing ride! It's extraordinarily well-paced, and it feels like a rocket as it runs its course. Smoothness is great. Airtime is good, but clearly not the primary focus the majority of the ride. This may be the most intense B&M out there, and that's how it succeeds. A night ride on Fury 325 is spectacular.

  • Tobias Stadelmann

    a super great, fast and quiet ride

  • mokume disney
    mokume disney 1 month ago

    First Drop Location Smoothness Pointless Dead spots


  • Aki Hayashi
    Aki Hayashi 1 month ago

    First Drop Intensity Rattle Disappointing! Layout


  • Na N.
    Na N. 3 months ago

    First Drop Comfort Smoothness Theming

    This was my first giga. I had very high expectations and they were exceeded. I was surprised by the STRONG flo-jector on the finale. Best B&M out there.

  • Evangelion Martini

    Airtimes First Drop Masterpiece

    My expectations for Fury were very high after riding Leviathan at Canada's Wonderland, and good lord were my expectations exceeded. Just everything about this ride blew me away, and I ended up spending the last couple hours of my time at Carowinds just marathoning it. The first drop, the speed, the layout, and the ludicrous airtime you get in the back have all just been on my mind ever since I got off of it last; I can confidently say that my cross-country trip to ride Fury 325 was 100% worth it, and I can't wait for my next chance to get on it again.

  • Candice Fu
    Candice Fu 3 months ago

    Airtimes Capacity Layout Rattle Dead spots

    Fury is a front row coaster for me. I can't get much airtime difference at the back, and the front row airtime is up-forward style. However this style of airtime is common to see on other B&M Hypers. Another reason for front row is too much rattle in the back and even in the middle. The bottom of the first drop rattles to death. The tunnel is the best part of this coaster, especially in the night.

  • Philippe-Minh Nguyen

    Airtimes Pace Duration Rattle

    Wonderfully dynamic Gigacoaster. After a superb first drop, Fury 325 keeps incredible momentum all the way to the drawn-out spiral towards the end. The bottom of the first drop and the Treble Clef turnaround are the only elements loaded with G+. Nonetheless, the experience is very thrilling thanks to dynamic twisty transitions. Sideways airtime is found on most of these turns. The final hills also deliver some of the best airtime B&M has ever offered: solid ejector for once!

  • Luca Boucher
    Luca Boucher 4 months ago

    Airtimes First Drop Fun Dead spots

    The ride while it lacks intensity and strong airtime is really fun because of the high speeds and low to the ground banked turns, so despite its obvious flaws the speed of the ride and just how fun it is make up for that making it one of the best if not the best B&M in the world

  • stxrry figures
    stxrry figures 4 months ago

    First Drop Intensity Smoothness

    Fantastic ride. Even better at night. No complaints. Great ejector airtime for the first drop and wonderful snappy and abrupt overbanked turns.

  • Alex M.
    Alex M. 5 months ago

    First Drop Masterpiece Layout

    Fury is an almost perfect coaster with incredible speed, airtime, length, and elements.

  • Jack Jack Johnson Jones

    Masterpiece Intensity Layout

    Awesome B&M Giga. The 325 foot drop is one of the best drops out there and the whole ride is very intense. The layout is one of the best ever made and has consistent positive Gs throughout the layout. The end has some great floater Airtime as well. One of 4 coasters I think are perfect.

  • Doyle Rudolph
    Doyle Rudolph 5 months ago

    First Drop Capacity Lap Bar Dead spots

    For a ride so revered by the community, I felt that Fury didn't really *do* much. The drop was tall, fun, and gave some decent airtime, but after that, the layout was lackluster aside from the lateral air atop the treble clef. This would rank highly among hypercoasters, but I didn't feel it warranted the level above most enthusiasts seem to put it in.

  • Jason King
    Jason King 5 months ago

    Fun Masterpiece Intensity

    This is by far the best coaster I’ve ever ridden.

  • Matthew Kolakowski

    First Drop Masterpiece Smoothness

    Fury 325 is the second best roller coaster I have ever been on! It combines floater airtime, intensity, wonderful banked turns, and a long-lasting first drop. My favorite element is the treble clef. The pacing is perfect, and the layout is fun and original. Think of it as a superior, upgraded B&M hyper coaster.

  • Raymond Jackson
    Raymond Jackson 6 months ago

    Airtimes First Drop Intensity

    10 out of 10! MASTERPIECE! Speed and major airtime the hang time going into the tunnel is the best feeling of no control as you are threw in the air. Did I say speed, for sure what I enjoy the best.

  • Kw6sTheater
    Kw6sTheater 9 months ago

    First Drop Capacity Duration Dead spots

    Fury 325 was the first giga coaster I’ve ever ridden. I later went on to ride Intimidator 305 and Mille, but that’s not the focus of this review. Fury is an incredibly fun coaster that provides a long ride, great pacing and two amazing airtime moments (first drop and “hive dive”). I have ridden this coaster more times than any other, and it’s my #6. But something worth noting, is that it doesn’t have much intensity or G-force for being a super tall giga coaster. I still love this ride regardless, even four years after my inaugural first ride.

  • Zek Teh Kek
    Zek Teh Kek 1 year ago

    Airtimes Comfort Smoothness

    Holy crap this ride is great! The Airtime is phenomenal (far better than MFs), and it's fairly intense too!

  • Fidel Camuze
    Fidel Camuze 1 year ago

    Airtimes First Drop Intensity Dead spots

    Fury is my #1 steel coaster. It has such a huge variety of forces: A huge first drop, positive forces, enormous speed, a surpring B&M whip, ejector airtime, sideways airtime, etc. Every turn has a purpose: The first overbank for a sense of how huge the ride is, and positive forces. The second and third give a B&M whip, some positive forces, and an insane sense of speed. The treble clef gives some positive forces, and ends with sideways airtime before you dive into the hive. The last overbank lets you hang to the side like the classic B&M hypers. The ride ends with three sustained ejector hills to end off the awesome experience. The helix isn't forceful, and is quite slow, so it takes away from the pacing a bit. With that being said, Fury isn't perfect. However, it is the most thrilling coaster I've ridden, and that makes it my #1.

  • Zachary Strader

    Airtimes First Drop Masterpiece

    One if the most daring and varied airtime machines we have seen B&M ever build. An incredible first drop followed by stellar pacing with solid airtime sprinkled throughout makes for the best B&M in the world and one of the best coasters out there.

  • Heiko Hartmann
    Heiko Hartmann 1 year ago

    Airtimes First Drop Comfort

    The current epitome of B&M Hypercoaster designs (which is in fact a Gigacoaster). Besides its high speed and its mind-boggling size, it also has some surprises, like twisty turns and near-miss effects. If you love B&M Hypers (Silverstar, Shambhala etc.) this is the best thing to ride for you.

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    matthew p. 11 days ago
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    Griffin Eldred 13 days ago
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    Jordan H. 13 days ago
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    IronChef Chris 1 month ago
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    手取Fishland 3 months ago

    Pace Masterpiece Intensity

  • Jeremy Cole
    Jeremy Cole 3 months ago

    First Drop Comfort Fun

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    Luis H. 4 months ago
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    Hans Roost 4 months ago
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    Steve N. 4 months ago
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    Julien Grimbert 6 months ago
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    Sebastien C. 6 months ago
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    chase s. 8 months ago
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    Kommi 9 months ago

    First Drop Masterpiece Smoothness

  • Kyle Broxton
    Kyle Broxton 1 year ago

    First Drop Smoothness Layout

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    Janek Ge 1 year ago
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    Joris Bodin 1 year ago

    Airtimes Pace Masterpiece

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    iac17 1 year ago
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    Samuel c. 1 year ago
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    Benjamin R. 1 year ago

    First Drop Comfort Pace Rattle

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    Richard Haley 1 year ago
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    Joseph Bricout 1 year ago
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    Nicolas R. 1 year ago

    Airtimes First Drop Pace

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    Airtimes Nice surprise! Pace

  • Florian Blond
    Florian Blond 1 year ago

    First Drop Pace Rattle


    Masterpiece Intensity Smoothness Theming Dead spots

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    JB T 1 year ago
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    Edward M. 1 year ago

    First Drop Pace Intensity Theming

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    pinwheelguy 2 years ago
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    Olivier P. 2 years ago

    Airtimes Pace Masterpiece

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    Etienne Sainton 2 years ago