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blacktop
Randy Howard
Everett, WA
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Honda in Spitfire/MGB?
Posted by: blacktop
Date: April 02, 2020 01:57AM

I was wondering if anyone knows of anyone who has done a Honda V6 transplant into a Spit or MGB? Obvious hurdle is mating a traditional manual trans in a North/South orientation so the package is adaptable to a RWD car. Engine I am thinking of is a J35A4 or J35A8. Thanks for any and all help.

Randy


MGBV8
Carl Floyd
Kingsport, TN
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1979 MGB, Buick 215

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Re: Honda in Spitfire/MGB?
Posted by: MGBV8
Date: April 02, 2020 09:47AM

Which V6? Some were longitudinal.

Have you considered a Honda K24 4cyl? There is a kit to turn those the "correct" way.


joe_padavano
Joseph Padavano
Northern Virginia
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1962 F-85 Deluxe wagon 215 Olds

Re: Honda in Spitfire/MGB?
Posted by: joe_padavano
Date: April 03, 2020 09:48AM



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Re: Honda in Spitfire/MGB?
Posted by: BWA
Date: April 03, 2020 04:52PM

Here is another route you should consider:
[www.superfastminis.com]

The package looks pricey but all you would need to buy from them is the parts to connect the Mazda Miata transmission to the engine. You would not need the other stuff to make this thing work in a Miata.

Check out their installation manual:

[www.superfastmiatas.com]

Cheers
Byron


waterbucket
Philip Waterman
England
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1978 MGB GT

Re: Honda in Spitfire/MGB?
Posted by: waterbucket
Date: April 05, 2020 01:59PM

This is what you need to read;
[www.mgexp.com]
Plenty of info from Jim


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