Drag Racing 1/4 Mile times 0-60 Dyno Fast Cars Muscle Cars

1975 MGB Convertible V8

1975 MGB with a Buick Skylark 215 V8 conversion! This is probably the baddest MG you will find! This MG has been converted to a chrome bumper car like the 1974 and older models, has a convertible top cover, very nice top, extremely solid and nicely undercoated to keep it that way, and has the original jack, tonneau rails, and lug wrench, MGB manuals, and V8 conversion data! The engine is an aluminum block 215 out of a Buick Skylark that has been bored, had a mild cam installed, and has an Edelbrock 500 CFM carburetor with electric choke, and Offenhauser aluminum valve covers. Bolted behind the engine is a Borg-Warner T5, 5 speed manual transmission from a Camaro. Other upgrades include: Grant steering wheel, American Racing honeycomb wheels, trailer hitch and wiring harness, and hydraulic throw out bearing! Please, call 800-231-3616 or 618-271-3000 for additional details.


 


More Videos...


MGB V8
A review of my 3.9 MGB V8





Perry's MGB V8 on the dyno 520hp with 544 ft/lbs
Rover V8 3.9 litre heavily modified running Boost and Nitrous on safe retarded ign timing. More to come next year !!





The MGA V8 We go for a ride. Killer sound! DRIVE!
I paid John Hubbard a visit to take another look at his MGA V8. We go for a ride





1977 MG MGB V8 Roadster
SOLD! Offered for sale by St. Louis Car Museum & Sales. For this vehicle and others, please visit http://www.stlouiscarmuseum.com or call (800) 957-5707





First drive of the LS1-powered MGB GT!
A big day! The MG came out of the garage for the first time in nearly two years. This is just a "let's make sure it all works" drive. The power steering pump was a bit low on fluid, thus the moaning noise. The brakes were a bit soft but worked - you can see me checking them as I bring the car out of the garage the first time. And yes, there was a good burnout that didn't get caught on camera. The car is a 1972 MGB GT that's been fitted with the engine and transmission from a 1998 Camaro Z28. It's packing somewhere between 350 and 400 hp, has a 6-speed T-56 transmission and a Positraction rear. The front suspension runs on a custom frame and is modeled after a Miata, the rear is a custom three-link setup. At the moment, the car weighs less than 2000 lbs. Please note that while the radiator looks low, it actually fit behind the MG Special Tuning airdam that is not fitted. It's since been replaced with a more efficient radiator that isn't quite as deep, mostly for better cooling. For more information: http://www.slowcarfast.com





MG V8 BURNOUT
MG BURNOUT





1966 MGB with a Rover V8 - Episode 1 - The "Slipped Liner"
Ken Smith of Kenzmyth Productions takes a turn as talent in the short video of what to look out for in the early Rover V8 engines with possible "slipped liners", also known as inserts or sleeves. His 1966 MGB V8 conversion project developed this problem necessitating the removal of the Rover 3.5 liter engine and trashing of the aluminum block. Enjoy! BE SURE TO RATE THIS VIDEO. Cheers! kensmithphotography.com





1966 MGB with a Rover V8 - Episode 2 - Assembly
Ken Smith demonstrates basic engine assembly starting with cylinder head gaskets and installing the cylinder heads. Using Arp Studs, Ken demonstrates how to torque the cylinder head studs on his Rover V8 3.5 Liter engine which will be installed in his 1966 MGB V8 conversion project. Enjoy! Cheers! BE SURE TO RATE THIS VIDEO! kensmithphotography.com





1966 MGB with a Rover V8 - Episode 5 - Clutch Assembly
In this episode, Ken Smith installs the clutch assembly, flywheel, hydraulic throw out bearing, pilot shaft bushing and attaches the transmission to the engine. Please Rate This Video! Enjoy! kensmithphotography.com





Sebring MGB V8 at Brands Hatch
Trackday at Brands Hatch Indy circuit. Gradually got quicker all day. On final lap went a bit hot into paddock Hill bend with a 4 wheel drift puting 2 wheels over the rumble strip. Car is Fantastic, very pleased. Had a training session with an instructor, well worth the small fee.





330bhp MGB V8 v 540bhp Evo @ Silverstone Trax 2012.f4v
330bhp MGB V8, (980kg) Having fun with a very fast 540bhp (1200kg) evo. First test of my new rear wing and front splitter. Very Positive results. Fast turn oversteer has been virtually eliminated while top speed is hardly affected. I can carry more speed in the turns without the back end stepping out. The evo has a lot more straight line speed so was impressed with my little MGB. Oh and Gavin was slowing me down in the passenger seat LoL. Impressed with overtaking the Noble, that thing should fly. I could have dived down the inside of the little Vauxhall but decided to just let him know I was there by showing a front wheel, so was dissapointed when he blocked me down the straight.





MGB GT V8 Black Forest Ride
1600 feet altitude difference in a MGB GT V8 Factory Car modified with Holley carb and dual flame Exhaust





Eifelrennen2010 MGB GT V8-Lap3
Nueburgring Nordschschleife - Markenclublauf, onboardvideo





My new 1975 MGB
The Plymouth was sold so my wife and I could buy this 1975 British Leyland MGB, It will be starring in many more videos im sure.





V12 MGB-GT.m2t
I am building my first race car, a 1967 MGB-GT with a Jaguar V12 and am hoping to be competitive in SCCA's EMod class. The class allows any engine available in a car in the US to be put in any body that was available in the US. In this video, I start the engine for the first time.




Which car is faster? Which Car is Faster?





Similar 1/4 mile timeslips to browse:

1972 AMC Gremlin : 7.039 @ 195.750
kevin fontenot, Engine: AMC 498 CI, Tires: M/T


1972 AMC Gremlin : 7.159 @ 189.140
Kevin Fontenot, Engine: 498ci AMC Indy Aluminum Block, Tires: 33 x 10.5w M/T


1973 AMC Gremlin : 7.569 @ 181.050
Brian Ambrosini, Engine: AMC, Tires: Mickey Thomson


1972 AMC Gremlin X: 7.875 @ 174.240
Brian Ambrosini, Engine: 465 cu in (AMC Indy), Tires: Thompson


1972 AMC Gremlin : 7.911 @ 166.050
Kevin Fontenot, Engine: AMC Iron Block and Crank,


1973 AMC Gremlin : 9.051 @ 146.340
Al Ritter, Engine: 406/chevy, Supercharger: no Turbos: no Tires: 10.5Wx 29.5 M/T


1982 Jaguar XJS HE: 9.710 @ 137.000
Bruce Wilson, Engine: 464 Buick, Tires: Phoenix 28.5 x 11.5


1982 Jaguar XJS HE: 10.160 @ 132.000
Bruce Wilson, Engine: 455 Buick, Tires: 28.5 x 11.5


1972 AMC Gremlin x: 10.820 @ 124.290
dale lutz, Engine: 407 amc,


1972 AMC Gremlin X: 11.030 @ 121.000
Davis Martin, Engine: AMC 401, Supercharger: n Turbos: n


1972 AMC Gremlin X: 12.875 @ 104.740
Jim Mango, Engine: AMC 258 Straight Six, Supercharger: No Turbos: No Tires: Mickey Thompson


1995 Jaguar XJS : 12.890 @ 112.000
Chad Bolles, Engine: 6 Ltr, Tires: 255 X 50 X 16


1998 Toyota 4Runner sr5: 12.900 @ 100.000
Mark Tran, Engine: 5vze v6, Supercharger: TRD Eaton Roots Type


1997 Toyota 4Runner : 14.294 @ 93.734
Jorge Garcia, Engine: V6, Supercharger: TRD Tires: 26 x 10 sliks


2001 Toyota 4Runner SR5: 14.500 @ 92.000
DRKEN, Supercharger: YES


1996 Mazda 626 : 14.522 @ 93.010
Lucky,


1988 Mazda 626 : 14.528 @ 96.600
Kenneth Lee, Engine: Mazda 2.2l F2T, Turbos: Upgraded IHI Tires: BFGoodrich Drag Radials 225/50


1995 Mazda 626 KLZE: 14.800 @ 94.430
Contempo Dave, Engine: KLZE, Supercharger: nope Turbos: nope


1990 Mazda 626 DX: 14.893 @ 99.150
Luke Godfrey, Engine: FE-DOHC, Turbos: T3 .60/.63


1997 Mazda 626 LS: 14.965 @ 97.610
Eric, Engine: FS_ZE, Tires: 205/65/15F 215/45/17R


 


©2014 DragTimes - Disclaimer