Bond Equipe GT4S

Bond Equipe Tyres

  • The Bond Equipe GT 4S fitted 5.20-13 crossply tyres.
  • There isn’t a 5.20-13 crossply tyre that we would recommend for the Bond Equipe GT4S.
  • We would suggest fitting a Bond Equipe GT4S with 145HR13 Pirelli Cinturato.
  • We recommend Michelin 13D inner tubes for a Bond Equipe.
  • Bond Equipe GT 4S tyre pressures 20psi front and 30psi rear.

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    Bond Equipe GT4S Recommended Tyres


  1. 175HR400 PIRELLI CINTURATO
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    145R13 PIRELLI CINTURATO ™ CA67

    Starting at $149.52 $124.60

  2. Jeu de 5 180HR15 Michelin XAS OFFRE
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    145 HR 13 Michelin XAS FF

    Starting at $252.00 $210.00

  3. JEU DE 4 145 X 13 PIRELLI CINTURATO CA67
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    Set of 4 145 R13 PIRELLI CINTURATO ™ CA67

    Starting at $502.32 $418.60

  4. Jeu de 5 145 HR 13 PIRELLI CINTURATO CA67
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    Set of 5 145 R 13 PIRELLI CINTURATO ™ CA67

    Starting at $586.32 $488.60

  5. Michelin 13D Offset Valve Inner Tube
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    Michelin 13D Offset Valve Inner Tube

    Starting at $21.84 $18.20

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History of the Bond Equipe GT

The original Equipe, the GT, was based on the Triumph Herald chassis with a fastback fibreglass body and also utilised further Triumph parts including the windscreen / scuttle assembly, and doors. The September 1964 GT4S model saw revisions to the body with twin headlights and an opening rear boot. It was powered by the same, mildly tuned up (63 bhp, later increased to 67 bhp), Herald-based 1147 cc engine used in the Triumph Spitfire.

The engine was switched to the 75 bhp (56 kW) 1296 cc Triumph Spitfire engine in April 1967, just one month after the Spitfire itself had undergone the same upgrade, the revised model being identified as the GT4S 1300. An increase in claimed output of 12% resulted. At the same time the front disc brakes were enlarged and the design of the rear suspension (one component not carried over unmodified from the Triumph Spitfire) received "attention".

The GT4S was joined by the 2-litre GT with a larger smoother body directly before the London Motor Show in October 1967. This model was based on the similar Triumph Vitesse chassis and used its 1998 cc 95 bhp (71 kW) six-cylinder engine. The 2-litre GT was available as a closed coupé and, later, as a convertible. The car was capable of 100 mph (161 km/h) with respectable acceleration. Horsepower and suspension improvements were made in line with Triumph's Mark 2 upgrade of the Vitesse in Autumn 1968, and the convertible was introduced at the same time.


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