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
The evo has a lot more straight line speed so was impressed with my little
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 Rebuild Timelapse
650+ hour (and hundreds of cups of tea) rebuild of my 78' MGB GT along with
some alpine shenanigans
1972 MG MGB V8 roadster with fantastic engine sound
SOLD at http://www.ClassicarGarage.nl MG MGB V8 roadster, year 1972. Colour
dark blue with a beige leather interior. This tremendous MGB roadster is a
custom built V8 model. This is how the MG RV8 should have been... The car
is built to the highest standards and everything feels rock solid. 3.9 V8
power, 260 bhp. and a long list of modifications. Look at the video closely
to get a good impression af the quality! More information and more TOP
QUALITY MG classics for sale at http://www.ClassicarGarage.nl
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.
(HD) EP: MG B GT Overdrive 1974 - Giro di prova - Test Drive - Probefahrt - Prueba de manejo
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Recently we came across this beautiful MG B GT Overdrive 1974 at The
Gallery in Brummen, The Netherlands. This classic car dealer is one of the
largest in the world. We took the car for a little spin! We love to hear
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The MGB is a sports car launched by MG Cars in May 1962 to replace the MGA.
Introduced as a four-cylinder roadster, a coupé with 2+2 seating was added
in 1965. The six-cylinder MGC debuted in 1967; a later derivative fitted
with the Buick-based Rover V8 was made from 1973 to 1976.
MGB/MGC production continued until October 1980 variously by the British
Motor Corporation and its successors, British Motor Holdings and British
Leyland Motor Corporation.
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
For more information: http://www.slowcarfast.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.
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