I'll post more about the Exhaust project soon. But first a little treat. My first autocross! I have my maniflow insalled too! You can hear it in this segment nicely.

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The third follow up vid of the awesome MG Midget build up. Finally it is a "roller". Killer has really been working a lot on it with the help of a good friend that is a Cracker Jack welder. In 3 days they accomplished a lot of work together.

Sprite and Midget Engine Identification
In this video we identify the various A-Series engines found in the Austin Healey Sprite and MG Midgets through 1974. Below is listing of the various Engine ID Prefixes and other associated information. Factory Engine ID Prefixes: 9C - Austin Healey Sprite Mk I (Bugeye/Frogeye), 1958-1961, 948CC - MOWOG/"Engine" Green 9CG - Austin Healey Sprite Mk II/MG Midget Mk I, 1961-1962, 948CC - MOWOG/"Engine" Green 10CG - Austin Healey Sprite Mk II/MG Midget Mk I, 1962-1964, 1098CC - MOWOG/"Engine" Green (1.75" Crankshaft main journal size) 10CC - Austin Healey Sprite Mk III/MG Midget Mk II, 1964-1966, 1098CC - MOWOG/"Engine" Green (2.00" Crankshaft main journal size) 12CC - Austin Healey Sprite Mk IV/MG Midget Mk III, 1967, 1275CC - MOWOG/"Engine" Green/possibly also the Light Green hammer finish (all "Thin Flange" blocks) 12CD/12CE (home market)/12CJ - Austin Healey Sprite Mk IV/MG Midget Mk III, 1968-1971, 1275CC - Light Green hammer finish - All emission controlled/evaporative loss engines (except 12CE) 12V - MG Midget Mk III, 1971-1974, 1275CC - Black Got a question about your engine? Email me at Sprite and Midget Light Green Metallic Engine Paint: INE-PAINT---SPRAY-CAN Sprite and Midget MOWOG Green Engine Paint: If you've got a Classic Mini Cooper, here's a very comprehensive list of engine ID's from Mini Mania: Connect with Spridget Mania: Web: Web: Facebook: Twitter: Google +: Email: Or give us a call today toll free at (800) 946-2642

243 MG Midget 1500 Suspension Maintenance
Notes about the late Midget 1500 front suspension

Episode 11: Maniflow Exhaust System Part 2
This is the Exhaust system after picking it up. Important note. The silver color was defective and had to be re done in black. Tiger Ray did a great job and it was a pleasure doing buisinss with Vanilla Gorilla. The issues with the silver color coating were already being resolved sometime last week.