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wyatt Silver Member Wyatt W
penguin point, drift ice, Antarctica   ATA
...fits correctly...later head....$150.00



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 2014-02-17 10:26 AM by wyatt.

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spurs1canada Silver Member Barry Hotspur
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada   CAN
1972 Triumph GT6 MkIII "Mellow Yellow"
1976 Triumph Spitfire 1500 "Li'l Red"
Is it actually a GT6 header,i was told that there were none made and people try to use the TR6 one and it doesn't fit?

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tmpass Tim P
Medway, MA, USA   USA
1970 Triumph GT6+ (MkII) "Capo"
1970 Triumph GT6+ (MkII) "Blue Oxide"
In reply to # 941587 by spurs1canada Is it actually a GT6 header,i was told that there were none made and people try to use the TR6 one and it doesn't fit?

It is , I have one on mine just like the header pictured, it is close to the frame but it fits. That is a great price too.

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Gt-6 Mk3 Carl Webeck
Penfield, NY, USA   USA
1971 Triumph GT6 MkIII "Sparky"
I have a GT-6 Mk3 header that I scooped up 12 years ago. I finally installed it grinning smiley ! It fit between the frame perfectly. I just had to flip the starter to make sure the positive stud was not going to touch it. I did have to modify the flange a little bit, however. I had to cut away a little bit so the stock intake manifold would fit with it (took me about 8 hours to figure that one out).
It looks similar to the one in the picture and came with the collector... but I would say that it looks almost identical to a Spitfire PaceSetter header - - just with 6 tubes. I'm pretty sure it was solid stainless steel, too. Maybe a custom jobber?
Don't know much more than that. I'll grab a picture of it and send along. I payed whatever it fetched on eBay because I was always under the impression that there was not one for Gt-6 Mk3 and so I had to scoop it up!

billspit Bill Kea
Moore, Spartanburg, SC, USA   USA
Oh God, I wish Gareth was still here.


Not really.

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Gt-6 Mk3 Carl Webeck
Penfield, NY, USA   USA
1971 Triumph GT6 MkIII "Sparky"
Ha ha - I went back and read those postings. Strange!
Just for the record---and if anyone cares... Mine is a 6-1 SS header that seemed to have clearances for a performance intake set-up, and it had a two piece flange. I'll see if I can find out anything more by going through my old records. There was no maker mark and I think it was about 12 years ago I got it... Enjoy!

Tveditr Eric EN
Indianapolis, USA   USA
1962 MG MGA
1971 MG Midget
Wyatt, you have any EBrake parts for a 72 GT6? I have the handle in the car but need everything to reach the rear brakes. Let me know.

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booley Bruce H
Latham, NY, USA   USA
that is exactly like the GT6 header that was available from JC Whitney back in the day

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