We have examined the effect of Ti content on the crystallization kinetics of Zr-based amorphous alloys. In Zr59Ti3Cu20Ni8Al10, annealing above the glass transition temperature produces 50-100 nm crystalline precipitates, as seen in transmission electron microscope images. In contrast, TEM images and diffraction patterns from annealed Zr54.5Ti7.5Cu20Ni8Al10 show no evidence of crystalline phase formation. Structural changes upon annealing do occur in this alloy, however, as revealed by field ion microscopy. The effect of Ti is to favor the formation of clusters of short-range order; this tendency for clustering is apparently the cause of difference in crystallization behavior between the two alloys.