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    Trying to ID this vintage Super Tigre Engine Cooling Head

    Hi,

    Im trying to ID this vintage Super Tigre Engine Cooling Head... it is definitely Super Tigre without a doubt, early
    1960's vintage perhaps older...

    If anybody recognizes the engine this was intended for, please reply.

    Thanks!
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    RE: Trying to ID this vintage Super Tigre Engine Cooling Head

    Are you sure its a head? Looks like a tuned pipe coupler to me.

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    RE: Trying to ID this vintage Super Tigre Engine Cooling Head

    I see what you mean..It is definitely Super Tigre, I have the old Ricambi / Saturno PlasticBag it came in..If it is a coupler for a pipe, any idea which engine ?

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    RE: Trying to ID this vintage Super Tigre Engine Cooling Head

    If it has a header card, then what number is on the card? Looks like a fitting to aid cooling of a tuned pipe manifold. It wouldn't fit a particular engine, but any tuned pipe header that would slide into it.
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    RE: Trying to ID this vintage Super Tigre Engine Cooling Head

    Unfortunately, the header card has no visible part #...


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