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Fitting a V8 engine into an MGB - If you are thinking about or just starting a V8 conversion you should first read this article by Roger Parker. Roger has many years experience of V8 conversions, including the first fuel injected V8 that was one of the contributing factors in The Rover Group's decision to build the MG RV8. Most of the rest of the photographs and articles on this site can be accessed directly from links at the appropriate places on this page. Reproduced with the permission of Roger Parker and The MG Cars Enthusiasts Club


Body Modifications
Bonnet/Hood Vents
Gearbox/Transmission Crossmember
Engine Bay
Engine Mounts
Oil Cooler Tray
Floor Reinforcement
Radiator Mounting
Transmission Tunnel
Front Valance

Body Modifications Thumbnails

Brake Systems
Front Brakes
Rear Discs
Twin Master Cylinders

Brake Modifications Thumbnails

Electrical Systems
Starter Motors
Wiring Looms

Electrical System Thumbnails

Engine & Exhaust
Cooling System
Exhaust Systems
MGV8 Development Exhausts
Fuel Injection
General Engine
Holley Carburetors
Oil Coolers and Filters
RV8 Exhausts
Steady Bar
SU Carburetors
Tubular Manifolds
John Bourke's Engine Build

Engine/Exhaust Modifications Thumbnails

Clutch Release
Rover 5 Speed
Borg-Warner T5

Clutch, Gearbox/Transmission Thumbnails


Interiors Thumbnails

Engine Compartment
Underside - Front

Miscellaneous Thumbnails

Suspension & Steering
Jaguar Suspension
Steering Column
Front Suspension
Panhard Rods
Rear Anti-Roll Bars
RV8 Rear Springs
Traction Bars

Suspension & Steering Modifications Thumbnails

Buick 3.8 V6 Ford 2.8 V6



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Please note that I cannot give technical advice on V8 conversions but I can help you with any aspect of this site.

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