Triumph Spitfire MK4 with Racing Code ECU

Stand alone ECU on Triumph Spitfire MK4 , ECU build by Racing Code, Carburetor to EFI conversion TBI Injection, MAP sensor

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First start of new Triumph GT6 race engine
Update Warning: Do not use ARP rod bolts. I have had two rod bolt failures now due to the bolts backing out. I find that the finish on the threads is too smooth and may not mate properly with the female threads in the rod. Use your old rod bolt or some good grade 8 socket head cap screws. Update Warning: Do not use ARP rod bolts. I have had two rod bolt failures now due to the bolts backing out. I find that the finish on the threads is too smooth and may not mate properly with the female threads in the rod. Use your old rod bolt or some good grade 8 socket head cap screws. This is the very first (very gentle) start of our new high compression race engine. We have new Arias custom made forged pistons, a lightened fly wheel and a recurved distributor. It looks like we will make it to the vintage race a Lime rock park this Labor day!





Triumph Spitfire, Vitesse Racing at Snetterton
This is me racing my spitfire no.19 at Snetterton Race Circuit in 1991. TLD white Vitesse and Kevin Ginger's white Spitfire amongst others





V8 Triumph Spitfire on Rolling Road
Triumph spitfire with chevy 350CI V8 putting out 337BHP with 376 Ib/Ft of torque. For more detail have a look at the website - www.madspit.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk





Practical Classics Magazine: Triumph Spitfire group test
Practical Classics Magazine. Journalist John Simister road tests a group of five very different classic Triumph Spitfires at a soaking wet Bruntingthorpe proving ground in the UK. Models include a standard Mk1 Spitfire, a car fitted with a Renault engine taken from an old Renault 5 GT turbo, a Macao racer replica and a Le-Mans spec Spitfire. Featured in the July 2011 issue of Practical Classics Magazine. Filmed in high definition on the Panasonic AG-AF101. Produced and edited by http://hamishscadding.co.uk




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