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June 10, 2021, 4:48 a.m. -  Kevin Bond

With all due respect I owned, and put miles on all three. Nothing theoretical about my opinion. All the bikes have their sweet spot in terms of terrain, but for pure seat of your pants fun and speed the Titan wins. I agree it’s more stable and fail safe, and for me that encourages faster turns, and far more aggressive lines. Lines that would have bucked me off my my Phantom regardless of any angle changes. The Titan isn’t as great as it’s shorter siblings on the climbs because in part of all that travel, and for most of us the Prime and Phantom have enough travel for 98% of what we ride, but the Titan has the secret sauce. It almost seems Banshee designed ks2 for the Titan and just shortened it for their other bikes. I’m not sure if that’s true, but I am sure that in my experience the Titan utilizes the ks2 platform just a little better then the Phantom, or Prime.

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