Triumph TR6

Triumph TR6 Camshaft Selection

    Triumph TR6

By Ivan Bailey Well I finally braved the cool temperature in the garage to begin my winter project, swapping out the current camshaft for a new one to take better advantage of the bench-flowed and ported head. If you have been following my progress with the engine performance improvements of my 1972 TR6, published in […]

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Triumph TR6 Brake Upgrade to Vented Rotors

    Triumph TR6

The following steps detail the conversion to vented rotors for a 1972 TR6 front brakes. I originally explored the Toyota four-pot conversions but decided that I wanted heavy-duty rotors with additional mass to dissipate heat in order to obtain better braking performance. With all the controversy, regarding cross-drilled rotors I was pleased that the conversion […]

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Upgrading Triumph TR6 Headlights

    Triumph TR6

By Ivan Bailey The wiring harness in my TR6 is the original. During the restoration, I removed the harness and used a multimeter to test every circuit, repaired any frayed or damaged part of the harness, and rewrapped loose wires where necessary with new harness tape before reinstalling. I did, however, want to improve my […]

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Triumph TR6 Rear Suspension Rebuild

TR6 Rear Suspension Rebuild

    Triumph TR6

The rear suspension was rebuilt 10 years ago during the frame-off restoration of my 1972 TR6. At that time, original equipment rubber bushings from The Roadster Factory were installed, the lever shocks were replaced with a Moss Motors (P/N 670-118) tube shock conversion kit, and a pair of new old stock Triumph rear springs, discovered […]

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