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Experience an all-new, cutting edge attraction that is sure to thrill you like never before! You'll blast forward with a high-speed launch, from 0 to 57 mph in 2.8 seconds, then twist through multiple loops while the sounds of rock 'n' roll amplify your every turn.

The attraction begins with a tour of the fictional G-Force Records, where guests encounter the band finishing up a studio recording session. After being invited by the band members to see them in concert, guests climb aboard a 24-passenger "super-stretch limo" and swiftly accelerate into the Hollywood night.

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 liftoff.)

The enclosed experience remains dark while featuring individually lit Southern California landmarks -- 365 days a year, rain or shine.

About this Attraction

Location: Sunset Boulevard, Disney's Hollywood Studios

Type: Rollercoaster (with inversions)

Duration: 10 minutes (ride time 1.5 minutes)

Fastpass: Yes

Single Rider Line

Onride photo available

Flash photography and video lighting not allowed

Child Swap available

Pal Mickey Interaction

Best time to visit: In the first couple of hours after park opening, in the evening or use Fastpass.

Tips & Fun Facts

Be ready for the photo shot which catches your image seconds after the vehicle begins its sudden take-off from 0-57mph. Smile if you can!
Save waiting in long queue's for the major attractions. If you arrive for park opening or shortly afterwards, take a left on Hollywood Boulevard and head up Sunset Boulevard towards Tower of Terror. Grab a fastpass for Tower of Terror then walk round to Rock 'n' Rollercoaster. Wait time in the standby queue shouldn't be too long. By the time you exit RnRC, you're Tower of Terror fastpass time should be available.
For the wildest ride, ask a cast member if you can sit in the very back row of the vehicle
If any of your party (young or old) decide to back out prior to boarding, alert a cast member who will direct you to an exit. This will take those members out into the gift shop where they can wait for the rest of their party.

At 40 feet tall, the larger-than-life stratocaster guitar that adorns the entrance of the attraction has a 32-foot-long neck which is nearly 15 times the size of the neck on an average stratocaster guitar.
The coaster was built first, then the building was built around it.
A specially recorded Aerosmith soundtrack resonates out of 120 speakers in each "limo," including five per guest -- your average limo-for-hire boasts a whopping six speakers.
Throughout the attraction, more than 900 speakers generate over 32,000 watts of audio power, about as ear-piercing as an arena rock concert.

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Additional Information

Guests must transfer from their ECV to a wheelchair and then from the wheelchair to experience the attraction.

The minimum height restriction for this attraction is 48"

For safety and comfort, Guests should be in good health and free from heart, back, or neck problems, motion sickness, or other conditions that could be aggravated by this adventure. Expectant mothers should not ride.
Also, the safety restraints on this attraction may not fit all body shapes or sizes.

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Hidden Mickeys

In the Lobby, on the poster of the "8th Street kidz band" featuring rock singer "Jesse Camp" wearing a denim jacket with a Mickey Mouse patch in the upper left hand corner

Also in the lobby, between the doors that have marble panels and before entering the next room, there are two sets of 3 small circles in the floor tiles which don't look like any of the other tile pieces in the room.

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