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My 1979 Spitfire Conversion. AKA Hot Spit

Mike Stefanakis   USA — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Thursday February 1, 2018 7:44 AM


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Member Comments on Journal Entry: My 1979 Spitfire Conversion. AKA Hot Spit   ↵
2018-02-01 11:02:45 # 48202
Comment by Phil K
Engine details please, I'm intrigued!
2018-02-01 12:48:53 # 48205
Comment by Mike Stefanakis
The engine is a 1993 Toyota 22RE out of a pick up truck along with the 5 speed transmission. It is a stock re-build except that it was switched over from factory intake to Borla side draft throttle bodies. It fit with minor alterations to the frame and firewall. The hood was altered to accommodate the original intake which was removed. A result of a change to a change to a change along the way, if you get my drift.
2018-02-03 17:48:00 # 48242
Comment by Rick Z
What is the source of your fender vents?Thanks
2018-02-03 18:46:03 # 48245
Comment by Mike Stefanakis
Toyota Celica hood vents. 1973-1975 toyota celica hood vents ra21, ta22 | eBay The hood scoops were cut out of a donor hood's fenders.

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