Jan, I have not run with this set up yet. I am in the process of installing it now. There was a post recently showing a PCV valve from breather pipe to intake manifold and a vent from valve cover to air filter. I forget who posted it but I saved the photo attached. I am not an expert but after consulting with a few experienced T series owners this is what I have found; The supercharger ...
I am not sure. AHA7029 is a Moss number, The one who delivered me said he got them From Moss. Who produced them? It is my guess that all big parts services use the same cheap manufacturer, unless the service costs them money.
Jim, I chose to leave the original design of the cooling system alone with respect to the thermostat bypass. But I copied the MG TF system and simply added an outlet for the hottest coolant to feed my heater. What I was referring to in my comment to Mort was that all we have to do now is get our engine temperature reading from this same location.
Anyone going to Brooklands on new years Day? The Midget and Sprite Club has an allocated space, so if you're in a Spridget and intend to come along, come and join us. For those who have never been, I can assure you that it's a magnificent day out and really blows away the cobwebs.
1952 MGYB.Complete but part dismantled.Dry stored. Bodywork 95% professionally restored. Chrome fair/good.Interior poor/fair.Engine turns over by hand.Car rolls for loading.Original reg number SPA 384 transferable.V5c present.Spares,buff log book,books,photos and paperwork included £2350.May p/X for other on the road 1960/70,s classic Delivery can be arranged.
This can has languished in my garage for 20 years unfinished and unloved (family and work commitments) When I bought it it had had the floor repaired and sills replaced brakes overhauled /kingpins . I then fitted new Leyland Front Wings, One new Leyland rear wing, one rear half wing, new door skins and various other panels. It was then resprayed black but the paint has been damaged over the yea...
This lovely 1964 MK I MGB needs a new home. It runs and drives, I drove it around this block this past weekend. This is an early metal dash model with pull handle doors. It has lived its whole life in northern California, Sacramento area. $2,500.
Here’s the breakdown (har har!):
• Good oil pressure ~60 psi • Later "L" head installed (largest stock intake valves) •...