1937 Triumph Tiger 90 set of engine cases with a rough timing cover.
Edward Turner’s 500cc Tiger 90 is the rarest of the Tigers from the Pre War period. This is a great chance to stock up on spares if you’re lucky enough to own one of these iconic bikes.
There are no obvious repairs or welds. The engine number is clear. See the images. It’s 7-T90-2140. These cases are slightly earlier than the other Tiger 90 set that I have. They are both 1937, but the later ones have a protrusion between the engine sequential number and “7-T90”. Presumably, it was a factory development.
The engine case halves have matched stamped numbers.
The studs etc have seen better days. They will probably need to be replaced. The timing cover is very rough. Someone can probably save it. The cases are worth the price, so I’m throwing the cover in for free.
There is an area under the cases that has some corrosion. I’ve shown it in the images.
I have a cylinder head for the Tiger 90 and a nicer set of cases. Please see my other advertisements as it is listed separately.
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