Zirconium, CP2 Titanium, and Nichols Crosswalk Mokuti. Flame anodized, Ice Blue trits
Grade 2 actually. The CP stands for ‘commercially pure’ i.e. It is close to pure ti. This and grade 5 (aka “6/4” or “aircraft”) are the most common. Grade 5 is an alloy containing 6% aluminum and 4% vanadium and is stronger than CP2.
I had “Litte Fluffy Clouds” by The Orb stuck in my head while I was doing assembly.