LiftThrill Posted August 15, 2015 Share Posted August 15, 2015 Both days at the park, I heard at least 1 person (including a ride op ) say that "the back seat is faster!" I think they really mean the train is going faster by the time the back seat goes over the drop, and I think they know it doesn't actually "go faster," but it just sounds funny. As if the back car will go faster and somehow end up in the station before the rest of the train It's quicker and easier to tell guests that the back is faster than try to take the time to explain it accurately... only to be met by a blank stare. "The back is faster" being wrong is subjective. If they are talking about it going faster at the same *time* then yeah that's stupid, but the back technically does go a different speed per track section. Like the top of a lift hill, the back starts to speed up whereas when the front was in that spot it was chugging along at lift hill speed. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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