Rock 'N' Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith  A THRILLING INDOOR ROLLERCOASTER
An exciting indoor high-speed rollercoaster featuring the music of Aerosmith, G-force speeds, turns, and loops ...
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The Rockin Roller Coaster Featuring Aerosmith!! This ride is located right next to the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror at Disney's MGM Studios in Orlando, Florida. Below is some awesome information about the ride and Aerosmith!!
Basic Info: The debut of the newest thrill ride at Disney-MGM Studios, Rock ´n° Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith, offers a thrilling Disney experience for guests visiting the Walt Disney World Resort. The extreme coaster is teamed with the exciting sound of America°s premier rock band, Aerosmith, creating a high-speed thrill ride that will literally rock ´n° roll guests.
Rock ´n° Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith, opened to guests on August 1, 1999, as part of the largest property-wide expansion in Walt Disney World history. The indoor roller coaster features a high-speed launch of 0-60 mph in 2.8 seconds, three inversions, rock-concert lighting and a specially created Aerosmith soundtrack blasting from 120 onboard speakers in each coaster train -- all firsts for a Walt Disney World attraction.
Rock ´n° Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith, located near The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror on Sunset Boulevard, represents yet another breakthrough in Disney theme park rides. Guests aboard each limo will encounter nearly five Gs as they transition from launch to loop at the ride°s first inversion. By comparison, astronauts aboard the Space Shuttle experience three Gs at liftoff.
The attraction begins with a tour of the fictional G-Force Records, where guests will encounter Aerosmith finishing up a studio recording session. After being invited by the band to see them in concert, guests will then climb aboard a 24-passenger stretch limo and swiftly accelerate into the Hollywood night.

America's premier rock band, Aerosmith, who have sold more than 80 million records and influenced generations of musicians, have teamed with Walt Disney Imagineering to create a high-speed thrill ride that will literally rock and roll Disney World Resort guests.
The Rock-n-Roller Coaster starring Aerosmith, located at Disney-MGM Studios, is an indoor roller coaster featuring a high-speed launch of 0-60 mph in less than three seconds. Also included are three inversions, rock concert lighting, and an Aerosmith soundtrack blasting from 120 onboard speakers in each coaster train.
"When you've toured the world as much as we have, it's a real thrill to find a new audience," says lead singer Steven Tyler. "Coming up with a soundtrack for this Disney ride really brought the kid out in all of us and has given us the opportunity to play audio gymnastics with our music."
Guests aboard each "limo" will encounter nearly 5 Gs as they transition from launch to loop at the ride's first inversion. By comparison, astronauts aboard the Space Shuttle experience 3 Gs at lift-off.
Throughout the attraction, more than 900 speakers generate over 32,000 watts of audio power, just like a rock concert. The 3,400-foot-long track is more than a half mile of sudden accelerations, dips, loops and twists.

 

Rock 'n' Roller Coaster stats

Length of Track 3,403 feet
Total Building 68,131 sq. feet. "Soundstage 15"
Building Volume Over 3.7 million cubic feet
Inversions 2 roll-over loops and one corkscrew
Preshow Time 2 minutes
Ride Cycle Time 3:12 minutes
Limo Capacity 24 guests
Limos Cycling on track 4, with 1 spare
Maximum Speed of Limo 57 mph in 2.8 seconds
Number of Speakers per Limo 120
Audio 5 separate audio scores synchronized to the ride
Total Number of Speakers in Attraction Over 900
Watts of Audio Amplifier Outlet Power Over 32,000
Height Requirement 48 inches
Launch Catapults you approx. 200 feet
G Force Between 4 and 5 entering first inversion

 

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