A kit? Nope, but join the people who wish there were. Two things you
need to do:
a. Join email@example.com
b. Contact The MG V8 Newsletter
c/o Kurt Schley
1855 Northview Rd.
Rocky River, Ohio 44106
He publishes a great newsletter twice a year for $10 a year. Filled w/
info from like thinking folks.
There is no problem that cannot be solved
with either a checkbook or high explosives.
On Mon, 10 Nov 1997 09:11:40 -0600 John Steczkowski <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>I'm interested in this also, I'm interested in doing a semi-authentic
>installation (maybe with a FI Range Rover engine). My question is,
>sell a kit that has basically all of the small bits and instructions?
>The tech info I've seen (on the web and in Grassroots Motorsports) has
>basically what needs to be done (doesn't sound to bad) but doesn't
>anything about kits to make it easier. The info on the web has a
>with prices, but doesn't mention a "kit" price.
>I don't think I want to do this to my Tourer (to low of miles and to
>shape), I think I'd like to start off with a rougher GT and "restify"
>things like racing style seats, aftermarket gauges, maybe a rollbar,
>Benjamin Ruset wrote:
>> >Hi all;
>> >Looking for some tech input and /or opinions on installing other
>> >power in my 70 MGB.
>> >Possibly Buick/Chev V-6 ,GM V-8, or Rice Burner. or ????
>> >I work on LBC's for a living , but have a craving for a little
>> >w/ reliability, any ideas or shared experiences would be
>> Three words: Wankel Rotary Engine
>> shift points at 6-7000 rpm
>> Find a wrecked 83-89 RX-7 with a 5 speed and chop away! =)
>> BEN RUSET - http://www.monmouth.com/~bruset
>> 78 MGB Roadster - 89 Mercury Cougar
>> "If you gaze for a long time into an abyss,
>> the abyss gazes also into you." - F.W. Nietzsche
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