MASON, Ohio -- Soon, she will soon bring screams to Kings Island.
After months of construction, the 100th and final piece of the Banshee's roller coaster track was installed Thursday.
Measuring in at 4,124 feet long, Banshee will be unleashed as the world's longest inverted roller coaster.
An inverted coaster (like Raptor at Cedar Point) is one where the riders are suspended below the track with their feet dangling freely.
It took the Adena Corporation a total of 160 days to erect the ride after the first piece of track was delivered to the park on Aug. 16, 2013.
Banshee will start soaring when Kings Island opens for the 2014 season on April 18.
The massive ride takes up the land once held by the troubled Son of Beast wooden roller coaster.
Watch video of the moment crews installed the 100th and final piece of track:
Jan. 23, 2014: Crews have installed the 100th and final piece of Banshee -- the world's longest inverted roller coaster. It screams to life in April when Kings Island opens for the 2014 season. Kings Island
Banshee will scream through seven inversions and reach speeds up to 68 mph throughout its 160-second journey.
In addition, Banshee -- which is the largest investment in Kings Island's 41-year history at $24 million -- will feature several unique elements that distinguish the ride from others.
The roller coaster begins with a lift taking riders up to the maximum height of 167 feet. After plunging down 150 feet, riders will go through a dive loop, followed by a vertical loop, zero gravity roller, two batwing inversions, a second vertical loop and a 170-foot long heartline finale.
Two of the most unique features about Banshee are the massive size of every loop, and unlike other roller coasters, the top speed isn't reached until halfway through the ride's course.
Since Banshee's lift hill is on a higher elevation of terrain than the other side of the ride that goes down into a valley, the total elevation change is 208 feet from the highest point at the top of the lift hill to the lowest point, which is the bottom of the batwing between loops four and five.
Passengers will be seated in cars four across. A total of three trains, each containing eight cars, will enable Banshee to accommodate approximately 1,650 riders per hour.
Banshee will be the 15th roller coaster at Kings Island, which is home to some of the top-ranked roller coasters in annual industry and enthusiast polls including the Beast and Diamondback.
It marks the first new roller coaster to be introduced at Kings Island since the park unleashed Diamondback in 2009.
In 1995, Cedar Point announced a stand-up roller coaster named Banshee, but quickly changed its moniker to "Mantis" after complaints that "Banshee" carried negative connotations.
Bolliger and Mabillard of Switzerland is the company behind Banshee's design. It's the same company that also created GateKeeper, which debuted last year at Cedar Point in Sandusky.