ROCK 'N 'ROLLER COASTER Fun Facts
Track Length: 3,403 feet, which is more than a half-mile of twists, turns, loops, corkscrews, hills and dips.
Inversions: Two roll-over loops and one corkscrew -- Rock 'n' Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith is Disney's first coaster in the United States to feature inversions.
"Limotrain" Capacity: 24 guests, about twice the number of passengers who fit in the average stretch limousine.
Maximum Speed: The attraction's high-speed launch catapults each Limotrain to a whopping 57 mph in 2.8 seconds -- similar to the feeling of sitting in a supersonic jet as it blasts off from the deck of an aircraft carrier.
Exclusive Audio: Five specially recorded Aerosmith soundtracks. Each Limotrain features a different Aerosmith song, with lead singer Steven Tyler and guitarist Joe Perry recording custom lyrics and riffs for each tune. Examples include "Love In A Roller Coaster" ("Love In An Elevator") and "What Kind of Ride Are You On?" ("What Kind of Love Are You On?").
A Rocking Good Time: Actual ride time for the roller coaster is 1:22; the cycle time for each Limotrain is 3:12 (the exact running time of one of Aerosmith's "Greatest Hits," "Sweet Emotion"); and the attraction's pre-show feature is approximately two minutes.
On-Board Audio: Each guest's seat boasts two high-frequency tweeters, two mid-range speakers and one subwoofer (mounted under the seat). By comparison, most automobiles have a total of four speakers in the entire vehicle.
Total Speakers per Limotrain: 120.
Total Speakers in Attraction: 900.
Watts of Audio Amplifier Output Power: More than 32,000.
Attraction Entrance: On Sunset Boulevard, near The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror. At 40 feet tall, the larger-than-life electric guitar has a neck which morphs into a scale-model coaster track and extends 320 feet to the entrance arch.