Will be interesting to hear how you get on with the brakes. Spitfire stuff is supposed to fit isn't it?
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It would completely trip out the acerometer rolling on some slots.
like this one?
and this one
Thanks for the comments. I know what you mean about the MGF alloys. I didn't like them at first but they've grown on me.
The 1500 makes a huge difference. I'm able to keep up with small hatchbacks now ;D As for the brakes, I have some Spitfire items but they're not a straight swap. The red oxide one above is running Spitfire discs. He lives by me. I'll have a word.
I retained the original box for simplicity. The Spitfire box requires tunnel mods which I'm reluctant to do at the moment. I think I'll have to do it though as the Standard clutch isn't really man enough for the job.
A very cool car. I think I preferred the steels to, but I still love the fact that who bolted a set of MGF rims on. The great thing about wheels is you can always swap them back and both looks are worth rockin' for a while.
There's a guy who works at Burnham Autos with a 1500 Dolly motor in his...I'm not sure what brakes he's running.