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Six Flags Over Texas: IS Titan scary

From Steven D
Posted August 27, 2011 at 10:09 AM
My school band is going to over texas and i donyt want to be the only one who is scared to go on titan, ive ridden millenium force, tpr, and magnum. is titan any more intense than any of these.


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From Jeff Elliott
Posted August 27, 2011 at 11:38 AM
If you have already been on Millennium Force, Titan will be no worse than that.

Millennium Force is the better coaster of the two.....Titan is shorter (320' to 245') and slower and slightly rougher.

The best part of Titan is the first drop into the tunnel. The worst parts are the two helixes, but they are not so much intense as just unpleasant.

From James Rao
Posted August 27, 2011 at 11:54 AM
Vying with the NEW Texas Giant for best ride in the park honors, Titan is a monstrous coaster experience. Were it not for the devastating Mid Course Break Run that was added due to blackout complaints years ago and the complete lack of theming on and around the ride, this coaster could have jumped into my top five favorites. Despite its short comings, Titan is a not to be missed experience, and should not bother you at all if you survived those other coasters you listed.

Note: to give the MCBR some merit, ride in the front left seat and let yourself just hang out as the train plummets into the final ride elements. You won't be disappointed.

From Anthony O'Neal
Posted August 28, 2011 at 6:36 PM
If you've been on Millenium Force, you should be ok on Titan. Worthy of a ride. I concur with everything the others have said.

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