You say you like roller coasters? Well, get ready to be blown away.

Carowinds amusement park, in Charlotte, NC, is getting set to unleash a wild new ride dubbed the Fury 325, so named because it climbs 325 feet high with an 81-degree drop, while also reaching a maximum speed of 95 miles per hour.

The park posted video of a Fury 325 test run from Wednesday and, truthfully, we're still feeling more than just a bit woozy from it. At 95 miles per hour, you can half expect the police to be waiting at the bottom of the ride to issue you a ticket, although you can avoid having the cops -- or anyone -- come within a 500-foot whiff of you if you're foolish enough to eat Mexican food within three hours of getting on the ride.

The Fury 325, which will officially open later this spring, will be the world's tallest and fastest giga coaster (a giga coaster, for those unenlightened souls, stands between 300-399 feet high). It will also be the world's most giga-fying ride.