Injecting Life Into Our TR6

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By Craig Ranson

Managing Director – Bridge Classic Cars

One of our classic car technicians Mauro has been working on the injectors on our 1973 Triumph TR6.

“I’ve refurbished the fuel injector pumps” Mauro explains. Which is a fairly involved process of stripping all the removable parts and giving them a thorough clean.

There are then several tests carried out to ensure all the components are working as they should. Mauro successfully got them working and reassembled the parts.

“I’ve then fitted the front and back batch of the fuel injector pumps back onto the engine.” Mauro describes. He’s also found time for less invasive work including fitting the rear view mirror and the sun visors.

The dashboard wiring has also been completed. The dashboard panel has then been fitted back onto the front with the dials and rigged up and ready to go. And what a beautiful front dash it is!

Recommissioning classic car engines is a speciality of ours here at Bridge Classic Cars. We have several highly skilled classic car technicians able to carry out this type of work, along with full engine rebuilds where required.

Get in touch with our friendly team today for more information on our classic car engine services.

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