Aerosmith Rock n Roller coaster

Discussion in 'Disney Theme Park Discussion' started by ITinkYu, Sep 10, 2014.

  1. ITinkYu

    ITinkYu Member

    Is this more of a ‘Disney ride’ or a real roller coaster? My sister and I love thrill rides but rides where you go upside down, just don’t go with us. Love the speed and such. Does it go upside down? Still debating if that will be on our list or not.
  2. ExploringWDW

    ExploringWDW Member

    Definitely a real roller coaster, very fast with several inversions. But its in the dark so you hardly notice the inversions. ;) Just do it!
  3. ITinkYu

    ITinkYu Member

    Ugh. Several? Really, several? LOL Lemme think about that ;) thank you
  4. zackiedawg

    zackiedawg Member Staff Member

    That's one I'll never be caught on. No upside-down corkscrews or loop-de-loops for me. I don't care how fast, how high, how big a drop - all that is OK - but as soon as things start going in circles and loops, I'm outta there (for the sake of everyone around me, as much as me!).
  5. jbwolffiv

    jbwolffiv Member

    There are 3 inversions. The first is right away as this is a coaster that launches you to 60 MPH in about 3 seconds, once the initial launch is "over" you go right into a loop. As yo come out of that loop you do a quick corkscrew. Then toward the end there is another corkscrew. Dave is right, you wont even know you are upside down on the loop at first and it is in the dark.
  6. RedOctober25

    RedOctober25 Member

    I found myself feeling more inverted on the sideways loop on Everest than I did on Rock'n. And whoever mentioned it... I think it was because of the dark (even though the loop in Everest is dark too). And I even had a backpack at my feet a couple of times with no problems.

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