Technical Day |
Saturday 14th July 2018
next V8 Technical Day will be held on Saturday 14th July 2017 in the John Thornley
Suite at Kimber House, 12 Cemetery Road, Abingdon, Oxfordshire OX14 1AS commencing
at 10am and finishing at around 3.30pm.
How do I join the V8 Technical
Bookings for this event can be made directly with the event organiser
Steve Newton - just send him an email with your name and current MG Car Club membership
number. The event is open to current members of the V8 Register - MG Car Club.
Please note the maximum number of places at this event is 40. Bookings from fellow
members are set out below. More
The cost to attend
is £20 which includes tea and coffee and a light buffet lunch.
MG Car Club
12 Cemetery Road
Contact Steve Newton to book a
place at the V8 Technical Day.
note the maximum number of places at this event is 40
Tel: 01384 863686
on a previous V8 Technical Day
V8 Technical Day 2018 will be held at the John Thornley Suite at the MG Car Club's
Headquarters at Kimber House in Abingdon. If you have never visited Club HQ before
now is your chance! The suite is a purpose built room with state of the art presentation
equipment. The programme for the day will cover various aspects of owning
a an MGV8:|
Rechipping an RV8 engine
Mark Adams, Tornado Systems
Systems specialises in engine management technology, with a particular focus on
the Rover V8 engine in the many vehicles that it has powered.
The companys founder, Mark
Adams, started working with these engines and systems full-time back in 1992.
The team at Tornado have wealth
of experience not only in vehicle software but in mechanical and electrical repair
so they are able to fully understand the complexity of your vehicle. More
notes on the chips supplied by Mark Adams and the benefits. Notes
Mazda gearboxes for the MGB & MGBGTV8
Christian Disney, Vitesse
the availability of replacement parts and original complete gearboxes for the
MGBGTV8 increasingly difficult to find, many owners have looked to alternative
gearboxes as replacements like LT77 and R380 boxes but they too are becoming less
easy to find. Vitesse offer a 5 Speed Mazda Gearbox Conversion Kit for the MGBGTV8.
What is it like, how do the ratios compare with those of the original 4 speed
box with overdrive on top gear, how does it perform, what does the installation
involve and how much does it cost? More
The technical Q&A session will have questions submitted ahead
of the event but some taken from those attending on the day. Send your questions
to Steve Newton or alternatively to
made by fellow members|