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Old 12-27-2005, 07:17 PM
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Talking Titan Take-over

I'm new here, just thought I'd throw up some pictures of my trucks. Nothing special, but I figure some of you will like them.


Squishing the RC18mt.


The other motor-less twin.


Old deluxe.


Group shot on the lumber pile.
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Old 01-01-2006, 01:46 AM
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cut your body posts
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Old 01-05-2006, 03:17 PM
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dont understand why this is called TITAN takeover .......


heres my nissan titan



now its a titan take over lol. nice trucks by the way.
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They just need the body posts trimmed, .

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How do you like the titan deluxe. Is it durable any breakage from bashing. I would like to get one but sinces its discontinued I have been hesitant.
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I'm not sure what everyone else thinks about the titan, but I love mine. I wanted to have something that was unique and different than what everyone else in my area was driving. I'm not a hardcore basher, so I couldn't honestly tell you if the titan will hold up in harsh conditions. The only issue I have ever had with this truck is keeping the drivetrain together. It seems to be the most suseptable area of the truck. Even though they have discontinued this unit, parts are still widley available. I have a feeling that the titan will be re-introduced in the coming years.
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Originally Posted by Epik
I'm not sure what everyone else thinks about the titan, but I love mine. I wanted to have something that was unique and different than what everyone else in my area was driving. I'm not a hardcore basher, so I couldn't honestly tell you if the titan will hold up in harsh conditions. The only issue I have ever had with this truck is keeping the drivetrain together. It seems to be the most suseptable area of the truck. Even though they have discontinued this unit, parts are still widley available. I have a feeling that the titan will be re-introduced in the coming years.
Nice family portrait!!!

A curious question about the Twin Titan... Does the dual engine make any difference? I was contemplating the dual engine mod for my Savage, but was curious to know if the dual engine had any performace benfits.

It must produce some awesome torque, but does it really go that much faster?
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