97 views and nothing. Here goes
1st if you switch to a non phantom axle you got to change all your key ways , simple enough but a pain if you have issues at track. I've done it every type ,size and material. Really think the axle is mild steel ,could be wrong. switch to cromeoly again don't think you see much difference , though it may stand up to a hit better and may last longer before it needs replacing.
same thickness yield the same bending moment/flex.
Young's modulus (stiffness)
Titanium alloy 120
A larger diameter with thicker walls might make up the difference. Real expensive.
Just a guess, but the cost/benefits ratio seems way out there.
Comments, compliments, criticisms and questions always welcome.
To me I would put back in the axle that goes in the Triton. If you have a ford pickup and you need an axle for it you do not put in a Chevy axle. I race on dirt and pavement and I switch it out when I go from dirt to pavement. The axle that you need for dirt is a thick wall 1 ¼’’ X33’’ Triton item number: 1115050i. You may not get the same performance out of it.