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Titan
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Titan circa 2016

Owner

Donald Epidendio

Driver

Donald Epidendio

Body Style

1972 Chevy C-10

Engine

540ci Merlin

Transmission

Coan 2-Speed

Tires

BKT

Debut

2011

Titan is a Chevy C-10 monster truck driven by Donald Epidendio from Lower Lake, California. Titan has become a fan favorite for several years, with its sleek design and Donald's aggressive driving style, fans have flocked to this powerful Chevy. In similar fashion to Avenger, Titan runs a special body exclusive to the World Finals every year. The truck was placed on hiatus from 2017 to 2018 (first quarter only) as the team took the time off to work extensively on the truck and other things.

History

  • 2011 - Titan debuts.
  • 2012 - Titan takes part in the first ever Young Guns Shootout.
  • 2013 - Donald builds a brand new chassis for Titan.
  • 2014 - A new classic Chevy C-10 body for Titan is unveiled.
  • 2014 - Donald competes in World Finals XV but after a hard crash in qualifying he needed a replacement truck, and this crash led to the retirement of this chassis.
  • 2015 - Titan debuts with a new chassis and scheme for the Fox Sports 1 Championship Series.
  • 2015 - Epidendio gets his 2nd invitation to the World Finals.
  • 2015 - Epidendio reveals a chrome yellow Titan for World Finals 16.
  • 2016 - Donald gets his 3rd invite to the World Finals. He debuts a new body made of carbon fiber, rather than fiber glass.
  • 2017 - Donald takes a one year break. The truck is not retired, just put on hold as Donald plans a chassis redesign. The original chassis was sold and it became the second Tow Monster.
  • 2018 - Titan misses the first quarter, but returned in the second. Donald and the truck starts touring with Straight Up Racing on the West Coast.

World Finals Bodies

2014 - Black with Silver flames

2015 - Chrome Yellow

2016 - Carbon Fiber Black with Yellow flames

Trivia

  • While Titan is not owned by FELD, it did once compete on a FELD owned chassis when its original was destroyed during WF15 qualifying, as the chassis belonged to a Mohawk Warrior truck.

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