Te grounds Ni and would never really allow it to go this far out of proportion from reality (though it can happen with some unhealthy dom-tert loops). Whereas Ti wants to build a gigantic system and analyze all of the moving parts and categorize every little detail that could possibly occur (along with its feeling companion, Fi, through different terms, of course), Te wants to produce external results and wants to A. closely line up with objectified information that is agreed upon by mainstream logical structures (usually academia) and B. make everything as simple and efficient as possible.
I am more inclined to say that Raptorwizard utilizes the Ti-Ne mechanism, which constantly hungers for more information (in the form of broad possibility searching) and more complexity but simultaneously wants to define each complexity apparent with Ti systematizing. Ni-Te is more focused on condensing information to its most basic components and produce the most general idea, whereas Ti-Ne wants to account for every little possibility that could occur, document it, and place it in a mental framework. (Ni-Te is condensing, Ti-Ne is expanding, essentially)