more on SAH , if you care...
His name was (is) Sid Hurrell, and was among the very earliest of TR
tuners. His son Terry, is Terry Hurrell of TriumphTune. I suspect that
SAH was "converted" to TTune sometime in the mid 80's. I suspect many of
the TTune pieces are really SAH with a new name. Why would the son throw
away decades of tuning knowledge?
I had an SAH cam and head in my 74 TR6 and it was a blast. Likely of the
same performance as a modern stage 2 head, etc.
>SAH were located in Leighton Buzzard, in England, and were a supplier of
>various performance parts for Triumphs. You may have one of their cams or
>one of their heads installed, or maybe the PO just bought the neat valve
>cover! They were VERY reputable, BTW. I'm not sure if they still exist -
>left England in the seventies and have not really kept up to date with what
>is going on in the suppliers arena in the UK.
>> Some unusual things I noticed that I would like to ask the list about:
>>car has fiberglass front and rear fenders, and a badge on the aluminum
>>cover (and a matching one on the ashtray) saying " S.A.H. Tuned" as well
>>having what I thought were bolt-on mag wheels labeled "J.A. Pierce Magna
>>-they turned out to be knock-offs(more on that another time) Has anyone
>>any information on any of these things?