It was heavily changed, and not for the better I might add.
I've owned both, and with my MGF with hydrogas suspension ( that had
sunk slightly ) I could easily take a corner near my home town at
110mph........... the TF 160 could only manage 80 without twitching and
losing the back end.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On
Behalf Of Paul T. Root
Sent: 26 May 2005 14:33
To: Brad Wilson
Subject: Re: MGF's in the USA
I was thinking of this driving in this morning. And
wouldn't you know, I saw a Lotus Elise on I-94 heading
toward 3M just then.
$80k is a lot of money. I don't know. You throw every
option on the Elise and you still only hit $50k.
The best engine to consider would probably be the
Toyota, since it's already certified. And it's in the
Celica, the presumed SE-R and SRT-4 competition Corolla,
the MR2 Spyder and of course the Lotus Elise. 170HP is
pretty comparable to the K-Series.
Speaking of which, that might be a good engine swap for a
B. Compact and tons of power. Orientation change required
And there's a lot of difference between an MGF and and MG TF.
The suspension was heavily changed.
Best of luck.
Brad Wilson wrote:
> Hi Folks:
> I have created a new web site dedicated to making the MGF (TF)
> in the USA by one means or another.
> At this point the only way is in kit form and since that means buying
> each part individually it is expensive! However, it is possible for
> those who might want a TF at any price!
> The site is: www.mgfusa.com
> Brad Wilson