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105 MG Overdrive Repair Part 2

Part 2 of 3 showing how to repair your overdrive when it won't fully engage.


 


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106 MG Overdrive Repair Part 3
Part 3 of 3 showing how to repair your overdrive when it won't fully engage.





104 MG Overdrive Repair Part 1
Part 1 of 3 showing how to repair your overdrive when it won't fully engage.





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Testing and adjusting an Austin Healey A-type Overdrive.mov
Bench testing an A-type Overdrive for an Austin Healey 3000. Here you can see how to check the pressure, how to set the operating vale, how to adjust the solenoid and how to check the operation of the overdrive. Before installing it in the car. All of these adjustments can also be performed when the overdrive has been installed in the car. Be sure to visit: www.concourshealeys.com





Laycock de Normanville A-type Overdrive for Austin Healey disassembly and reassembly
Overdrive disassembly and reassembly instructional video, by Boras Motor Corporation AB. Be sure to visit www.concourshealeys.com





What is overdrive gear and how to use it info
What is overdrive gear and how to use it info. This car is Toyota Camry automatic.





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MGB Overdrive bench test
Using a drill to drive an MGB overdrive transmission to check the solenoid operation.





Classic British Cars E Type, MGTC and MGA
Taken from the 1999 Channel 4 series Classic British Cars this excerpt features the E Type, MG TC and the MGA Twin Cam. Narrated by the late John Peel.





Rare OverDrive Unit found for the '37 School Bus
A friend of ours had this right down the street from us, and gave us a real good deal on it.. He bought it brand new in 1982, put it on his truck, drove it for about 40 miles, and sold the truck.. He took the overdrive unit out though before selling the truck, intending on using it in another truck later on, but never did.. We bought it from him still new in the box, with all the manuals and paper work.. It's a "Double Torque 2XT" , and was made by Power Torque Industries, Inc. Company, in Arlington, Texas.. It was made to bolt onto this SM465 G.M. four speed truck transmission that we are using.. We understand this company sold out to "Advanced Adaptors" and they continued building this same unit with very little changes.. They are now called the "Ranger Torque Splitter". . They no longer have the Eaton electric solenoid though, as the earlier units did, and have gone to strickly manual shift.. Although we have the electric solenoid, we decided to manual shift ours also.. These units are basically like having an additional transmission, one in front of the other.. Instead of the standard 4 forward speed and reverse, we now have the option of having 8 forward speeds, and 2 speed reverse.. According to the manual, this unit is actually better than a standard 5 speed transmission in fuel economy.. You only get a 17 % increase in economy with the 5 speed, and a 33 % with this unit.. "A typical 4-speed driven at 55 MPH in 4th gear would have an engine RPM of 2450. That same transmission with the 2XT added, driven at 55 MPH in 8th gear would have an engine RPM of 1830, a drop of 33 % in engine RPM.. Another good thing about this unit, over the "Gear Vendors" overdrive unit, is that It is a better design being mounted on the engine, instead of the rear of the transmission, as it never sees the multiplied torque, like the Gear Vendors units, which see 6 to 7 times the torque. We were glad to get this over drive unit, as with our 410 rear end gear ratio, it was going to be bad on gas.





How to heel-toe double clutch downshift in a classic MG sports car
Old British cars often have worn transmissions and with these techniques you can make them downshift with ease. Learning to double clutch while downshifting can dramatically reduce wear to an old tranmission and it's fun! You can see our cars for sale at Bugeyeguy.com





Very Fast V8 MG @ PCAD Combe 27th April 2013 lapping some quick cars.
My first session of the day at 10.00. First test of the modified rear wing with DRS Knocked at least 2 secs off my previous best time. Also I ported the Merlin heads and felt slightly better top end power, The car is awesome to drive and very stable.





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