Not entirely true ... original engine was 1991 cc , the TR3B was
upped to about 2200 cc Check the number on the bottom of your
distributor, if it is DM2 that is for the TR2, but will probably
work, if 26D maybe 25D not sure without looking then you are good to
go ... Works fine with 91 octane.
>I know only a little bit about the TR3A. I've been forever
>restoring mine, but, haven't ever had a chance to drive it on a
>road- ever! I say that to tell you that I don't know much.
>I was told the following by some experts, but, I hadn't heard others
>verifying it. So, I don't know how correct it is. Maybe you can
>Also, it makes sense. Here it is:
>The original distributor was set up to ignite the 95 octane, 1147cc
>motor. However, many folks have upped the cc's to over 1200. Thus a
>new distributor is needed.
>Is this true? My motor has a newer distributor on it, but, I
>haven't really tested it yet.
>Thanks, Paul Dorsey 60 TR3A
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