The Moss Motors 454-855 LCB header does clear the steering column and
provide a few extra horsepower on a well-tuned engine. The header you
described, Richard, sounds like an American aftermarket header for an MGB.
British Sportscar Center
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From: "Parker, Richard" <RPARKER@csuchico.edu>
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Sent: Wednesday, February 06, 2002 9:42 AM
Subject: Re: MGA
> Lawrie, and others . . .
> I have a situation similar to Danny's, which you made a telling comment
> about yesterday. I have a Mk II MGA, and I bought (actually, a friend
> and bought and I bought from him--he thought he was doing me a favor) a
> of headers for it not long ago. In trying to install them, I found that a
> lot more bending and scrunching was going to be required than I can
> reasonably do myself in order to get around the steering linkage and
> each other. The headers are in two parts, with cylinders 1 & 4 going
> one pipe and 2 & 3 going into the other, and look an awful lot like some
> I've seen in the Moss catalog. Do the latter go on without a hassle?
> Do you know which headers, if any, are both easily installed and give a
> reasonable return as far as air/fuel flow is concerned? Thanks a ton.
> Richard Parker
> Department of Philosophy
> California State Univeersity, Chico
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