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Texas Titan - Arlington Texas
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member Geojeepsters
N 32° 45.340 W 097° 04.448
14S E 680414 N 3625841
Quick Description: The Titan is a steel roller coaster at Six Flags over Texas, In Arlington texas.
Location: Texas, United States
Date Posted: 5/28/2010 8:40:51 PM
Waymark Code: WM8XWG
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member The Blue Quasar
Views: 10

Long Description:

Titan begins by lifting riders up a 245 foot hill and then takes a 255 foot drop entering a 120 foot tunnel. Immediately after the tunnel, riders are taken through a large Carousel turn. Following the Carousel turn, riders encounter a large camel back. The train subsequently enters an uphill 540 degree helix which leads to the mid-course brake run. Next, trains maneuver an overbanked turn, followed by the 2nd, downhill, 540 degree helix. Afterwards, the trains navigate an over-banked turn to the left and then another to the right. After this, the trains hit the final brake run and reenter the station.

When the train returns to the station, a cloud of mist can be seen under the train. Giovanola, the company that constructed Titan, had problems with wheels on the trains overheating. So as to prevent this, water is sprayed on every wheel assembly on each train after running the course.

Titan's supports used 2.8 million pounds of steel to manufacture. When it was built, Titan was the longest roller coaster ever to be built at a Six Flags park.
Maximum Height: 245.00

Construction Material: Steel

Train Type: Multi Car

Car Type: Cars Above Track

Number of Inversions?: 0

Length of Ride: 5,312.00

Duration of Ride (time): 3:30

Water?: No

Included in Admission?: Yes

Host Park Name: Six Flags

Minimum Height Restriction?: Yes

Minimum Height Required: 42

Number of Riders: 40

Top Speed: 85

Manufacturer of Ride: Giovanola

URL to Host Park: [Web Link]

Link to Ride Details: [Web Link]

"Express Pass" Available?: Yes

Cost: Not Listed

Visit Instructions:

Post a photo of yourself near the entrance of the coaster and try to capture some aspect of the ride. Be sure and describe your ride too!

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