Nissan powered MGB running

Got the MG running. Car is a 79 MGB powered by a ka24de out of a 96 Nissan 240sx.

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Sr20det MGB GT
MECHANICAL SYSTEM Engine: Sr20det Hydraulics: Honda Master Brake Cylinder, Honda Master Clutch Cylinder, Suzuki Brake Booster, Brakes lines changed from SAE to METRIC Polyurethane Bushings Front and Back. Wheels: XXR 15 X 7" Rims. Tires : front 185/60/15, Rear 205/60/15, Wheel Spacers 1/8" all four Wheels Nissan Wiper System Mishimoto Half Radiator 255 Walbro Pump Toyota Fuel pump housing Intercooler HKS turbo Timer Greddy Boost controller Apexi Air Flow Management Defi Secondary Tacho Defi Water Temp Auto meter Cobalt Gauges Toyota Corolla Light Control System Push to Start High speed electrical fans Toyota fan switch Honda front springs light weight pulley's water pump, crank, alternator. BODY Colour: Honda Fit Grey Slightly modified Silver Content. Car Moulded to look like it has MG Sebring Flares 1968 Mg Front Grille from Rubber Bumbers Car was modified to take the Windshields using Urethane "like new cars" Crystal Headlights Front and Rear Nerf Bars were Hand Crafted to Accommodate Fog lights Bullet Mirrors Sunken Licences Plate Holder All weather seals changed New Door locking Mechanisms " some made locally" car front was modded to take Round Indicator Lights instead of rectangular ones like original. one reverse fog lamp More Info: http://www.wheelsjamaica.com/wheels_forum/index.php?topic=204512.0





Rover SD1 V8 Tuning Session
Rover SD1 3.5 V8 getting the twin SU carbs tuned to match the intake and Exhaust setup. Will it go bang or will it survive the 2.5 hour beating at 5500 RPM and make even more power with the carbs in tune?





Driving the LS1-powered MGB GT
The almost-finished LS1-powered MGB GT on the road! The car is a 1972 chassis that's been rebuilt from an almost-bare shell. Power comes from a lightly modified 5.7l LS1 V8 from a 1998 Camaro Z28, running through a T56 6-speed transmission and a Positraction rear end. The front runs a custom-built frame with Miata suspension and steering. The rear is a GM axle with a custom three-link suspension. The body was widened using steel flares from a Rabbit, and has been massively reinforced underneath to handle the power and torque. It's not quite reassembled after the paint job, there's a bit of chrome missing along with the fenders. All the work was done in my home garage on jackstands, including the paint. It took about two years to build the car. See http://www.slowcarfast.com for full details.





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




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