Ironically just saw a commericial for these and apprently it made a guy who 5'9 6 foot & got a girl who didn't pay him any attention interested in him. If it can do that surely it can make your kid tall enough for RSR LOL.I know they have those things on TV to make people taller they are advertising. Not sure if they're comfortable but worth a shot.
Not really at all. Yeah, it's the same car/ride mechanism, but it is an outdoor "race track" format with side-by-side cars as opposed to an indoor demo of safety features of regular cars.this is basically test track with nice cars ....they are just calling it RSR
I like your way of thinking!Reason to go back again.
Good idea! Where can I find a list of 'Foods that make you taller?!' I've got six months to gain 7 inches- it CAN be done! (Dad would be forever excited if his son could ride Star Tours, hahaha.)Start feeding him Wheaties! Tomorrow! Maybe he will make it...
lol, Im excited that my daughter is 40 inches right now and can ride star tours on our trip in May. Shes never seen star wars but is already excited about riding it because her day care ladies two boys talk about star wars and DD idolizes them.I like your way of thinking!
Good idea! Where can I find a list of 'Foods that make you taller?!' I've got six months to gain 7 inches- it CAN be done! (Dad would be forever excited if his son could ride Star Tours, hahaha.)
Cars Land is going to be a blast regardless!
I can't find the link now, but a month or two ago I read that LFT will have a capacity of about 500 per hour and MJJ will handle about 800. Sort of like Tea Cups and Dumbo.They have RSR set up for FP, but the other two rides look like they will be slow loaders...like the teacups. The nice thing about the Little Mermaid ride they added is that the line moves so quickly. Anyone know anything about the anticipated loading times for these rides?
uh ok, it just looks like it is based off of TT is all im saying but however, I will be there a few days after opening so we shall see what we shall seeNot really at all. Yeah, it's the same car/ride mechanism, but it is an outdoor "race track" format with side-by-side cars as opposed to an indoor demo of safety features of regular cars.
The closest analogy might be to say RSR is the last 30 seconds of TT redone as a slot car track crossed with Big Thunder Mountain RR.
I know they have those things on TV to make people taller they are advertising. Not sure if they're comfortable but worth a shot.
I found the link. It was from editorialist and chief rumor-starter Al Lutz who does not work for Disney and everything he says is really rumor - albeit well informed rumor - usually.I can't find the link now, but a month or two ago I read that LFT will have a capacity of about 500 per hour and MJJ will handle about 800. Sort of like Tea Cups and Dumbo.
Radiator Springs Racers has a modestly respectable hourly capacity of 1750 riders per hour, which would be considered a monster people-eater at a regular amusement park, but pales in comparison to other Disney E Tickets like Pirates of the Caribbean gobbling up 2,900 riders per hour or Its A Small World carrying 2,500 riders per hour in that fleet of more buoyant 21st century boats. The 1750 figure for Radiator Springs Racers puts it ahead of Splash Mountain or Star Tours at around 1450 per hour, and compares most closely with the 1800 per hour that Indiana Jones can pull in.
Still, the demand from 75,000+ daily Anaheim visitors will far outstrip the 23,000 riders per day that Radiator Springs Racers could theoretically handle once DCA expands its hours of operation to an 8AM to 11PM daily park schedule next summer. Fastpass will be offered for Radiator Springs Racers, the first new Fastpass attraction at DCA since Tower of Terror opened in 2004, and TDA planners are already thinking of ways to ensure that DVC owners and guests staying in the nearly 3,000 Disney hotel rooms in Anaheim get first crack at those Fastpasses each morning.
The news gets a bit worse for Tow Maters Junkyard Jamboree and the very novel Luigis Flying Tires. The initial testing by WDI is proving that Maters musical spinner ride has an hourly capacity of about 750 riders per hour, while Luigis unique ride system is even less at just 550 riders per hour under the best of circumstances. The queues for those two non-Fastpass rides will be long, and while extra space has been dedicated into the pre-show areas for eventual NextGen additions years from now, it will be a classic Disneyland experience of waiting two hours for a two minute ride that first summer.