Yes that is the same type of frame as the RSP Ti Team frame.
Would be great to see it restored to look like BC's team bike.
They were made in Nottingham... if fact an ex employee of Raleigh who I bought my first Dyna from told me that Raleigh actually used to make Ti frames for a number of different brand around the world!
Here is what else he told me.....
The tubes were supplied by Reynolds Ti and were plain guage rolled / welded seam. They were not drawn on the earlier Dynas... this is why they had to paint them, to cover the seam. This would suggest maybe the naked ti versions are drawn, not rolled.
Aluminium Lugs were made in China and were VERY expensive to get produced.
With regards cracking frames, I've seen cracked frames of all brands too inc a few Marin Ti's... [around BB]
The earlier  Dynas came un-bonded at times due to the tolerance between tubes and lugs... this was sorted out very quickly with Reynolds and the lug supplier.
If you have an 'all one colour' 1990ish Dyna with 'art deco' style lugs, the chances are that this is one that had this problem and was rectified by the factory and then sold as frame only through the dealerships.. my first Dyna was one of these and no probs at all.
Apparently a few frames cracked on the downtube were due to [fashion at the time] owners drilling the frame to attach crud catchers!
I do love Dyna Tech's - How can a frame made with 3 or 4 different materials [Ti, Cromo, Alu' MMC] possibly be un-cool?
So if you have one of these marvels, look after it. You should have to show your National Trust membership card just to be in the same room as Dyna
Hope this was useful.
1992 NOS Raleigh Dyna-Tech MT4
1992 NOS Raleigh Dyna-Tech MT3.. sold
1990 Raleigh Dyna-Tech 2070.. sold
1996 Saracen Terratrax.. My first MTB, I was a late starter!
1997 NOS Saracen Protrax SE/Custom RS Judy XC [modern build Hope/XT/Thomson]
2007 Scott Spark Ltd [sold]