|Elements||Booster Wheel Lift Hill|
|Arrangement:||Single train with 15 cars. Riders are arranged 2 across in a single row for a total of 30 riders.|
|Former names:||Périférix ( to )|
Trans'Arverne ( to )
|Capacity:||1,000 riders per hour|
|Dimensions:||127.8 ft x 75.5 ft|
"Périférix" is a reference to "Le Périférique", a circular highway around Paris.
The SOS Numérobis was originally located northeast of it's current location. It was moved in order to make space for the Trace Du Hourra,
Most of the SOS Numérobis track was replaced during the 2015/2016 off-season.