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I just assumed that stopping was part of the ride since the spot light "searches" the train. Part of the theme stuff everyone cares so much about.

That does not happen anymore. In fact, I never knew that it did. A neat idea, though.

Really? The 2 times we rode it on July 13th it did. Once stopped a small light could be seen going over a few seats before the ride took off.

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I just assumed that stopping was part of the ride since the spot light "searches" the train. Part of the theme stuff everyone cares so much about.

That does not happen anymore. In fact, I never knew that it did. A neat idea, though.

Really? The 2 times we rode it on July 13th it did. Once stopped a small light could be seen going over a few seats before the ride took off.

Then I guess it might happen. As I said, I typically sit in 1-1. :P I might have to check that out.

Even if that's the case, it's an effect that, I'm sure, was complimented by the synchronized soundtrack, which is inaudible when it even plays at all. I'm very interesting in seeing this effect with my own eyes, though!

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I just assumed that stopping was part of the ride since the spot light "searches" the train. Part of the theme stuff everyone cares so much about.

That does not happen anymore. In fact, I never knew that it did. A neat idea, though.

Really? The 2 times we rode it on July 13th it did. Once stopped a small light could be seen going over a few seats before the ride took off.

Then I guess it might happen. As I said, I typically sit in 1-1. :P I might have to check that out.

Even if that's the case, it's an effect that, I'm sure, was complimented by the synchronized soundtrack, which is inaudible when it even plays at all. I'm very interesting in seeing this effect with my own eyes, though!

I am with you I have never seen that effect, ever. I even stood inline its opening year and have made it a ritual of the park to ride it. But again like you I either sit 1-1 or 2-1. So if it happens mid train I have never seen it on that ride... how sad am i? almost ten years (or so) of riding a ride in the same spots....

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I'm 6'1", don't have much trouble with getting my feet under the orange padded thing. I just don't like having to step into the seat, that is about a foot below the platform station.

That is what I going to say, Diamondback having a rattle, can feel it though my seat and the lap bar. Can only ride that two times before getting a headache.

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