Sr20det MGB GT
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
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.
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"
Front and Rear Nerf Bars were Hand Crafted to Accommodate Fog lights
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
Part 4/5 Megasquirted 3.1L V6 Installation - a 1973 MGBGT
This sequence documents the 'near' final hardware
configuration/installation of my 3.L V6 into my 1973 MG BGT. Video details
engine installation details , the dash and gauge additions/modifications
and the '5-ball' shift lever.
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?
turbo MGA (1962 MGA with CA18DET)
A short drive in my MGA with a 4-cylinder Nissan 1.8 liter DOHC turbo engine. Specs are 4.1 diff, 10 lbs of Boost, 72-spoke MGC wire wheels and
195/60 15R tires.
I estimate that I have about 165-175 hp at the rear wheels.
Test Driving the MGB V6 3.4L Conversion - Classic British Sports Car v6 + v8 Engine Swaps
1973 MGB GT with 1995 Camaro 3.4L V6 'L32' motor and
gearbox conversion built by BMC British Automobile,LLC.
This car has a GM 3.42 Limited Slip disc brake rear end, Wilwood brakes on
rear axle by BMC, Classic Conversions Eng. (CCE) Mounting kit and headers,
FAST CARS front suspension and brakes, composite rear springs, tube shocks,
panhard rod and anti-tramp by Doug Jackson and far more than we're willing
to admit. 0-60 MPH times approximately between 5.5 and 6.5 seconds- it has
not been officially timed but these conversions have no problem in the
passing lane going uphill in the mountains.
Filming and editing by: Zeezy
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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.
Supra powered MGB
66 MGB GT, 2JZGTE, 76mm turbo, 1000cc
inj., stock JDM long block except for HKS 272 cams, BoostLogic Toyota automatic, 3800 stall, 9"
Ford (3.89 gears), 4-link, 275/50/15 MT drag radial
LZ9 MGB Exhaust Compare
Experimenting with different Exhaust
systems on an LZ9 3900 with 75mm TB, .562 lift/260 duration/111 LSA cam and
shorty headers. Engine is in a '79 MGB LE. First segment is using 2 1/2"
IN/OUT turbo muffler with 2 1/2"
tailpipe. A second turbo muffler has
been installed in the tailpipe to reduce noise.
Conversion performed by British Car Conversions. Dayton, OH