iM Feature: Chris’s Triumph TR7

I had the opportunity to shoot Chris’s Trumph TR7 a while ago and finally got the chance to get it up. I have to admit, this isn’t a car you see everyday – in fact, this is a car I have never seen until last year at the Driven car show. I was literally confused and delighted when he rolled in the booth because at first glance, if you don’t know Triumph, then you’re going to wonder what car this is. At second glance, you’ll know the SR20 sitting under the hood is no joke.

Chris has done most of the work himself with the help of various shops around town and the resources he could find – not everybody can help you if they don’t have many parts for it in the first place unfortunately.

Engine:
Nissan Sr20det S13 Blacktop
Garret GT2871r .64 trim turbo
Tomei exhaust manifold
Tomei plug cover
Brian Crower 264 Cams
SARD 550cc side feed injectors
Nissan Z32 MAF
Circuit Sports aluminum fuel rail
Circuit Sports turbo lines
Circuit Sports aluminum pullys
Aeromotive fuel pressure regulator
Aeromotive fuel filter
Braided fuel lines
Greddy turbo outlet
ACT stage 2 clutch
HKS SSQV blow off valve
Mishimoto aluminum rad (RX7)
Mishimoto twin electric fans
Mishimoto couplers/rad hoses
Vibrant intercooler
Custom intercooler piping
Custom cold air intake
Eprom ECU

One of the best thing about Chris’s car is that it’s so light and with the SR20 powering it, there’s very little holding it back. That’s the number one thing we strive for when building our cars – weight reduction. He’s got it stock.

Misc:
Quaife LSD
Wilwood big brake kit
Custom strut bar
Custom drive shaft
Triumph TR8 spyder rear brakes
Triumph TR8 rear differential
Koni/Spax suspension
Custom 3” exhaust off of turbo
Pacesetter exhaust tips
Walbro 255lph fuel pump
Magniflow mufflers
Polyurethane bushings

Electronics:
Custom carbon fiber dash
Autometer Cobalt/Cobalt digital gauges
-multistage shift light with rpm
-speedometer
-tachometer
-boost/vacuum
-fuel level
-voltage
-water temp
-fuel pressure
AEM wideband gauge
HKS turbo timer type-1
Pioneer head unit
Energy 5 ΒΌ component speakers
Kicker flat sub/enclosure
JL small class d amp
Sony Xplode amp for speakers
Custom blue interior neon
Custom carbon fiber switch panel
Compustar alarm/door locks
Luminia HID kit 10000K
Projector fog lights

Other Stuff:
Custom suede/yellow perforated leather interior
Momo suede steering wheel
Ferrari 355 body kit
Toyota mr2 smoked signal lights
Konig feather wheels 17×7
Custom wheel spacers

If you do see Chris roaming the roads, I’m sure it’s going to be something you won’t be able to take your eyes off. It is quite the sight. We also had the pleasure of having him in our DTP booth this year in Vancouver and he took home best Classic car of the night!

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