Another successful entry by Vokoff Strood into the highly competitive pod-racer market, the Titan 2150 certainly lives up to its name. Featuring two immense rocket engines, and with turbine intakes to give the Plug-2 Behemoth a run for its credits, the Titan powers through race tracks at truly frightening speeds. This speed is not without its risks however. The Titan, while large enough to battle its way through crowded portions of a race track, is too wide for the canyon racing favored by die-hard pilots and gamblers alike. In addition to this, the Titan’s accelerator is notoriously sticky and prone to jamming after prolonged use. While most pilots seek to counteract this through extensive customization, Imperial statistics on popular gambling list twenty pilots who died in the last year because their accelerator stuck and they ploughed into a rock-face. Despite this setback, the Titan 2150 remains a firm favorite of pod-racers suffering from short-man's complex.