Impaction bone grafting creates new bone stock after hip joint replacement. Utilizing a synthetic bone substitute instead of bone might increase primary stability and is not associated with graft shortage and pathogen transmission. This study compares the initial stability of a graft layer of porous titanium particles (TiP), cancellous bone particles, and a 1:2 bone-titanium mix in synthetic cemented acetabular reconstructions. Displacement was measured by radiostereometric analysis after cyclic loading (1 Hz, maximum stress 2.5 MPa). Shear stress resistance was quantified by a lever out test of the cup. Cement penetration was quantified from cross-sections.