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The cycle is short, which is a double blade. This means that the capacity is better, but the duration is short. Take for how you want to see it, I would much rather ride the B&M next door.
Spinning cups in a concrete parking garage, next.
Chubasco is a flat ride. This ride is a pretty good ride for teacups. Its nicely themed, fun, rerideable, has a short ride duration, and small capacity.
I LOVE spinnimg rides and Teacups are a classic!! This ride is AWESOME!!! They also kept the theme going here 2!!
I like this ride only because its fun to not spin the thing and just ride by. My mom doesnt like this ride but I do, I always have to pick though between richochet and chubasco and I always end up picking ricochet
Not bad. I rode it as terror twister during fright feast.
Rode it as terror twister which im sure helps. APPEARANCE-8 Whether fear fest or not this ride has a nice look located inside a santa fe themed building. the cups also have a great design. RIDE QUALITY-7 This is also above average with a good ride cycle and smooth cars, seats do feel a little cramped. CAPACITY-7 Also good for a flat. lots of tea cups but once again they will let people group off too small, takes a while for a single ride op to check cups also. FUN-4 Just not my type of ride although i do enjoy this one better then most. RERIDE-2 Unless im with someone who loves teacups or back at FF this ride wont happen again. OVERALL 28 AVG 5.6 Another ride with a high appearance rating so a 5 rating
Great family ride. Even better durring Fright Fest.
Better as Terror Twister during fright fest. Fun to spin or just relax. The lights in TT are really neat and so is the fog. Line goes pretty slow though. Makes you dizzy, just a little bit. Fun though, ride it at FF.
We always sucker some poor souls to ride with "the guys" as its tradition to spin the cup until we cannot physically pull ourselves from the sides of the cup. We always exhaust ourselves spinning the cup and have a overlapping hand technique for maximum effect. Often the ride operater has to apply the ride brakes as our cup continues to spin long after all the others stop.
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