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Triumph TR5 (1967-1968) Exhaust System

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Triumph TR5 (1967-1968) Stainless Steel Exhaust System

Twin Front Pipe GEX1255 SSTH47
R.H. Connecting Pipe GEX1269 SSTH76
L.H. Connecting Pipe GEX1270 SSTH77
Link Pipe GEX1271 SSTH74
Link Pipe GEX1271 SSTH74
Rear Silencer + Tailpipe GEX3391 SSTH102


The Triumph TR5 is a sports car built by the Triumph Motor Company in Coventry, England, between August 1967 and September 1968.

Visually similar to the TR4 (also styled by Michelotti), the TR5 roadster sported Triumph's much more powerful 2.5-litre straight-6, fitted with Lucas mechanical fuel-injection and producing 150 bhp. Price pressures and tighter emissions standards in the U.S. resulted in a much less powerful carburetted version, the TR250, being sold on the North American market. At the time, fuel injection was uncommon in road cars. Triumph claimed in their sales brochure that it was the "First British production sports car with petrol injection".

This stainless steel exhaust system is designed to fit the Triumph TR5 with 2.5 litre petrol injection engine, in production between 1967 and 1968. The system comprises twin front pipe (SSTH47), right- and left-hand connecting pipes (SSTH76 and SSTH77), link pipes (2 x SSTH74) and rear silencer and tailpipe (SSTH102).

This product is made to order and normally takes 4 weeks to manufacture.