When it was built, Titan was the longest roller coaster ever to be built at a Six Flags park.
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The Titan has been known for causing blackouts in the carousel turn. There have not been any reported deaths. Some riders have complained about headaches caused by sections of the course. Because of the number of guests that have complained about the G-force given during the second helix, operators have changed the speed at which the train leaves the mid-course brake run to almost stopping. Parts of the carousel turn have also been adjusted to counter this effect. Titan operators never allow re-rides due to the extreme g forces on the carousel turns. You must always exit the ride again before riding the coaster another time