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Richmond, BC, Canada
Total Posts: 24 Latest Post: 2017-12-01
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Dead Pedal Build

Paul Stopp   CAN — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Friday December 1, 2017 8:55 PM


Alum dead pedal cw cardboard template

Alum dead pedal cw cardboard template

Dead pedal backside with bracket

Dead pedal backside with bracket

Dead pedal installed

Dead pedal installed

Dead pedal install 2

Dead pedal install 2




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Rated 10 out of 10 based on 1 ratings
2017-12-02 14:05:56 # 46590
Comment by Skye Nott
Rating: 10/10
Looks great! Nice job
2017-12-02 15:25:30 # 46592
Comment by dick Taylor
I also have a dead pedal in my TR6. Not as good looking as yours, but I find my left foot gravitates there wherever I drive. Don't know how I went without it for so many years! Mine is an off-shoot of one designed by a six owner, Mitch Seff, who may be along in a day or so...Dick

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Extinguisher And Gear Lever

Paul Stopp   CAN — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Wednesday November 29, 2017 9:44 PM


Short shifter old knob

Short shifter & old knob

Gear shifter extension new knob

Gear shifter extension & new knob

Fire Extinguisher with additional rear mounting

Fire Extinguisher with additional rear mounting




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Passenger Seat Install (mock Up)

Paul Stopp   CAN — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Wednesday November 29, 2017 8:44 PM


Passenger side seat brackets

Passenger side seat brackets

Cobra passenger seat

Cobra passenger seat

Cobra passenger seat 2

Cobra passenger seat 2




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New Drivers Seat Fitted, (mock Up)

Paul Stopp   CAN — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Wednesday November 29, 2017 7:58 PM


Modified runners spacers driver s seat

Modified runners & spacers driver's seat

Passenger seat on drivers side 1

Passenger seat on drivers side (1)

Passenger seat on drivers side 2

Passenger seat on drivers side (2)

Passenger seat on drivers side 3

Passenger seat on drivers side (3)




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Front Lip Spoiler (part 2) Nov. 2017

Paul Stopp   CAN — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Wednesday November 8, 2017 11:57 AM


Frame Attachment Bracket

Frame Attachment Bracket

End Attachment Gusset

End Attachment Gusset

End Gusset Mounting

End Gusset Mounting

Chin Spoiler Fitted

Chin Spoiler Fitted




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Rated 10 out of 10 based on 1 ratings
2017-11-08 14:02:22 # 45806
Comment by Wayne Tate
Very thought out Paul. I always knew the ones we can buy did not do the complete job. The frame member blocks a god 4 inches of the bottom of the radiator on the GT6. I have made a scoop for the rad and reversed the grill. plus moving it out. I had to open a bit more at the side of the scoop, as the air was jamming up when I put a fan in front with some fine power. Didn't have anything to make smoke.I like you idea and may try it over the winter, as the painting will have to wait for warmer weather.Good job.Wayne
2017-11-08 14:06:14 # 45807
Comment by Wayne Tate
Rating: 10/10
Very thought out Paul. I always knew the ones we can buy did not do the complete job. The frame member blocks a good 4 inches of the bottom of the radiator on the GT6. I have made a scoop for the rad and reversed the grill. plus moving it out. I had to open a bit more at the side of the scoop, as the air was jamming up when I put a fan in front with some fine power. Didn't have anything to make smoke.I like your idea and may try it over the winter, as the painting will have to wait for warmer weather.Good job.Wayne

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Front Lip Spoiler (part 1) Nov. 2017

Paul Stopp   CAN — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Wednesday November 8, 2017 11:49 AM


Front Spoiler

Front Spoiler

Lower Rad Ducting Inside

Lower Rad Ducting Inside

Lower Rad Ducting Outside

Lower Rad Ducting Outside

Side Apron Attachment

Side Apron Attachment




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