Main British Car:
1975 MGB Ford 331 Stroker
Robert Janca's 1975 MGB 302 V8 Project
Posted by: Robert J
Date: December 03, 2011 06:52PM
Owner: Robert Janca
City: Oakland, CA
Car Model: 1975 MGB
Engine: Ford 331 stroker engine
9-1 compression. Pistons are made bye JE. Rods are Eagle h-beam. 4340 steel crank the rotating assembly is all 0 balanced. The whole engine was zero balanced together. The cam is a roller xfi cam 575 lift cam was also degreed. The heads are (afr)air flow research 205 outlaw heads and the roller rockers are comp cam magnums. The engine also has a girdle on it with arp bolts.
Transmission: Freshly rebuilt WC T-5
Rear Axle: Stock to start with. Going with a Ford 8.8.
Front Suspension - Pete Mantell's crossmember kit. Completely new suspension and brakes. Fully adjustable upgraded Armstrong shock absorbers, polyurethene bushings and the 3/4" anti-swaybar. I
Rear Susp.: TBD
Brakes: Stock right now. Future; TBD
Wheels/Tires: 16" Enkei honeycomb mags.
Body Mods: Rubber bumpers removed. Flexible air dam (not pictured) and fiberglass tail installed with chrome grille.
Interior: Miata leather seats. 3" diameter Roll bar.
Electrical: Painless wiring kit
Edited 5 time(s). Last edit at 01/26/2013 11:27PM by Robert J.