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224 pages

How to Give Your MGB V8 Power

Creator: Roger Williams | Transportation - 2005-12-01

10-2-17 These are 295mm diameter brake discs/rotors – which are too big to fit within a 15in wheel. ... I believe this endorses my view that, in spite of the developments that have taken place, your MGB's rear brakes might not need changing.

Publisher: Veloce Publishing Ltd

About this book
No one contemplating an MGB V8 engine conversion should start the project without reading this book, which is based on the real world experience of many owners and specialists who have re-engined MGBs in the past. Avoid expensive mistakes and pitfalls and end up with a car that performs, handle and brakes superbly by following the detailed advice compiled over many years by MGB expert, Roger Williams.



208 pages

Everyday Modifications for Your MGB, GT and GTV8, How to Make Your Classic Car Easier to Live With and Enjoy

Creator: Roger Parker | Transportation - 2014-09-30

It benefits from the use of offtheshelf Ford parts from rear wheel drive Sierra or Granada models that have a centrally mounted ... that carry the Ford bearings and brakes; this means there are standard rear disc brakes for this MGB conversion.

Publisher: Crowood



96 pages

Don Hayter's MGB Story, The Birth of the MGB in MG's Abingdon Design & Development Office

Creator: Don Hayter | Transportation - 2012-11-15

The Birth of the MGB in MG's Abingdon Design & Development Office Don Hayter ... by mounting Dunlop disc brakes all round, and a slight increase in horsepower . This was a good 100mph car, but it suffered from an unsatisfactory handbrake system that used the rear discs, and was scrapped. Once production of the ...

Publisher: Veloce Publishing Ltd

About this book
This is the inside story of the MG Design office, from 1956 until its closure in 1980. Explaining how the various models were drawn, planned, and developed by the small team of engineers, it also shows how the input and control changed from Morris, Wolseley, Riley Group, Austin-Morris, and Austin Rover. The effects of the Triumph-Austin merger are detailed in model changes, alongside the effects of safety legislation, mainly imposed by the United States.Trying to remain as individual as possible during this period, MG developed record breakers and a unique Competition Department. Special cars were built and tested, and prototypes for the MGB replacement were drawn up – all in parallel with the development of MG production cars using engines from any part of the BMC company.The continuing support of the American market was essential and much valued, but the company’s market support prioritised the TR7 – a decision that, ultimately, led to the closure of a successful, happy company.


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MG MGB - Wikipedia
The roadster was the first of the MGB range to be produced. The body was a pure two-seater; a small rear seat was a rare option at one point. By making better use of ...

Engine Installation Photo Album - MGB V6 - Classic ...
1975 MGB with GM crate 3.4 liter V6. 1975 MGB waiting for 3.4. (at left: 1974 MGB with 3.4) Holley carb, custom built T5, stock rear end, coil over front end, and 5 ...

MG Parts & Accessories - MGA, MGB, MGC, MG Midget
Shop for MGA, MGB, MGC, MG Midget car parts and accessories. MG History And Information

MGB Specifications
MGB technical specifications. Throughout the years of production from May 1962 to Oct 1980 the MGB went through a number of changes and modifications brought about by ...

MGB Kits
This Abek097 - MGB front brake kit contains all items that you will need to overhaul your front brakes.


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