MGC Racing and Road - It does go round corners
The most expensive MGC engine  ever I think won't be putting to many miles on this one in vain. I will stick with my original engine builder from now on. 
All dyno tested reasonable figures from the cam grind.

Required three trips to the Dyno due to failure and vibration in engine had to have new crank and the ATI pulley replaced. 


SC components trumpets fitted.




















Been a bit slow what with having to go away back to Africa. The engine is being rebuilt, needs a lot of work new pistons and general overhaul of all parts .
New Forged Pistons
Lightened cam followers
New correct length push rods
Head completely rebuilt and flow corrected.
New 6.2kg clutch and Flywheel
Alloy backplate
Alloy side plate
New Dizzy
New PRV
New Cam 320 special
New timing chain vernier and new tensioner design.

Lot of time gone into this engine and even an offer of a BTCC driver to race car for me.







































New 3J driveline LSD ordered to replace the Quaiffe one fitted.



Rebuilt the brake MC's and pedal box
Cleaned painted the upper wishbones and bushed
New drop links
Cleaned and painted the anti roll bar.
The king pins had had new bushes fitted.
















American dome top pistons with valve reliefs.

Vented discs seen better days these are Jag discs been redrilled to suit the MGC hub, not recommended but !!




















New custom discs made and mock up for Wilwood callipers. to Replace the setup above.
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