*** Edited 8/17/2005 5:24:01 AM UTC by Mamoosh***
Not very specific.
In fact, I defy anyone to give a textual definition of someone who is too large to fit the Millennium restraints in current operating procedures. We've tried for two years now, and haven't gotten it right yet. So, I suspect the park web sites won't ever be able to be specific about who is "too big" for each attraction, because it really depends on very specific proportions.
My sense is that the Disney parks will be most accomodating (as they don't have many tight-restraint rides). I'm not sure about KBF or SFMM, but chances are they'll be more of a challenge.
*** Edited 8/17/2005 1:47:33 PM UTC by Brian Noble*** *** Edited 8/17/2005 1:48:08 PM UTC by Brian Noble***
KBF, Silver Bullet will be an issue because of his height/size. The taller you are, the thinner yo have to be with OTSRs. I know I barely fit back in December.
La Revolucion might be an issue too, make sure he sits in an outer seat as they allow a little more chest size.
Montezuma is tight on leg room, but should be doable, my 6'7" friend had no problem on Revolution at SFMM though which has the same train style (besides the OTSR).
XCelerator is possible if the thighs aren't too big. That's where it punishes the taller riders. I've never had problems fitting, it's just a bit uncomfortable on the legs.
That's all I can think of at KBF, don't know about Riptide.
At SFMM, Deja Vu is out because of the height maximum of 6'3". Batman is the same as Silver Bullet. But that's all I can think of there that seems to pose an issue.
I've never had a problem at Disney.
Of course now that I'm down to 250. I haven't had a problem with anything. *** Edited 8/17/2005 3:32:52 PM UTC by Blaster_1578***
Seems like the ones you mentioned will be the only concerns.
Again, thanks for the info. I appreciate it.
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