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I wouldn't worry too much either, but it would be easy enough to go down a grade or two in oil viscosity. Valvoline makes a VR1 in 10w-30 for example,
I drove a '62 MGA in college and have worked on many over the years. Two friends still drive their 'A' since college. I have worked on many LBC and
I have owned both. BN1 and a 62' mga. The MGA was nice but just didn't have what the 100 has. MGA did not evoke the same feelings as the BN1.
Clarke Spares was supposed to be making the correct profile bulb stitched as correct to the crimp on with correct style weave lacing. I talked with him
Doesn't match any of my tables:
As for the radii of the folds, the original