I run my MGA locally. Its modified, B engine and HS6 SU's Cam, Header,
flow Job. I am able to run with the older miatas.
On Oct 24, 2009, at 7:16 AM, Ric Johnson wrote:
> Ron writes
>> Anyone out there running weber sidedrafts?
>> Been doing any racing or autocrossing?
> No sidedrafts, but I regularly autocross my '71 MGB with the Des
> Moines Valley
> Region of the SCCA in F Street Prepared, Vintage Index. I've been
> since attending my first event in March of 1970 in my '62 Morris
> Cooper 997
> and have been competing in this same 'B since 1985. Always good to
> show the
> kids what a proper sports car is! There are two other 'Bs that
> usually come
> out to play with me; a '69 roadster with a cam and sidedraft 45DCOE
> Weber and
> a '69 MGB-GT with a cam and 38/38 Weber "Outlaw" downdraft. I'm
> still using
> the trusty SUs with K&Ns and the stock cam.
> Ric Johnson
> Des Moines, IA
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My MGA is NOT leaking - merely marking it's territory!
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