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So that's how Radiator Springs Racers works

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  • [Fun] So that's how Radiator Springs Racers works

    Disney Park Blog released another Every Role A Staring Roll.



    I know many people were wondering how the attraction works and how the vechiles operate.
    Check out my work on openstreetmap.org
    http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=33...om=17&layers=M

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    Re: So that's how Radiator Springs Racers works

    There is a Tubular steel pipe on both sides, right?
    Take a look at some of my models I make at kolbykonnection.com

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      Re: So that's how Radiator Springs Racers works

      Jump to 1:26 it give a clear under view of the track. I don't think so I think its just those wires and the underpit throught the entire inside to the attraction. The outside portion might just uses the tube.
      Check out my work on openstreetmap.org
      http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=33...om=17&layers=M

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        Re: So that's how Radiator Springs Racers works

        that was really cool to see. i love all the behind the scenes stuff. thanks for sharing!

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          Re: So that's how Radiator Springs Racers works

          Very cool...makes much more sense now why the Cars would have trouble running in the rain
          Happy Halloween!!!

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          • #6
            Re: So that's how Radiator Springs Racers works

            That was a cool little video - its always neat to see the inner workings of the attractions.

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              Re: So that's how Radiator Springs Racers works

              Thanks for sharing. I enjoyed the video.

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