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  • 1 Paper21 February 2018

    Btw... you can now get truoin links and bushes with steeper negative chamber

    Prop

  • Richard Cameron21 February 2018


    They are 10-1.5mm

    http://www.mg-tabc.org/library/fasteners.htm

  • DLH Hodson21 February 2018

    Jack,

    8-1mm, according to the list of fasteners I have for XPAG/XPEG engines. I believe I obtained the list from Dave DuBoise's site.

    Best regards,

    Dave

  • 1 Paper21 February 2018

    You may have your card confused...🙂

    The spridgets don't have the type of settings your refering to

    There is only one setting and that's the toe, they do have kits that give the shocks more versatility

    Considering you had the shock arms cut shortened and rewelded and there not an exact match


    I would get another set of good lever proper spec arm arm ...

  • 1 Paper21 February 2018

    Another option is a double ground... The pos is broken insulation and making contact with the metal of the car somewhere... grommet hole screw put thru the wire

    Was the coil ungodly hot also

  • Steve Gyles21 February 2018

    I had similar experiences to Dominic although not quite so cool once I calibrated the sensor as described by Barney. I have always been an advocate of the original core radiator. I never go over 190 when running. I can see the thermostat opening and closing all the time.

    I never found any benefit from the bilge fan when stationary. I worked many hours on it and was never convinced its ou...

  • 1 Paper21 February 2018

    Five weeks... nah, your fine... these little engine can take alot of abuse

    Prop

  • L B Rose21 February 2018

    Thanks chaps

    The wiring is repaired now so I'll reinstall the coil and see what happens tomorrow.

    No I didn't leave the ignition on!

    Les

  • Greybeard 21 February 2018

    What Mike and David said 100% - no alternative view here, but with one thing to add.
    Engine oil and filter annually even if it doesn't cover 3000 miles. Best done I think in late autumn so it doesn't sit over winter with contaminated oil and condensed moisture in it.

  • GuyW21 February 2018

    The Driver's Handbook has a lubrication chart and details of what to use and when.

    So I am led to believe.

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