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Member Page: Warren Siringer

Warren Siringer

Member ID: Diver648
Status: Gold Member Gold Member
Tucson, Arizona, USA   USA
Member Since: 2014-08-18
Home Site: The MG Experience
Last Login: 2017-11-23 19:33
Forum Activity: 2017-11-23 21:06
Forum Posts: 2,027

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Personal Vehicle Registry

1967 MG MGB PRIMROSE Warren Siringer

1967 MG MGB
GHN3L99874

1967 MG MGB GT Mineral Blue Warren Siringer

1967 MG MGB GT
GHD3L92074

1971 MG MGB GT BRG Warren Siringer

1971 MG MGB GT
GHD5UB254963G

1974 MG MGB British Racing Green Warren Siringer

1974 MG MGB
GHN5UE350556G



4 Vehicles — Total mileage: 240,500 mi (387,047 km) — Average age: 1970
Previously Owned Vehicles:

Member Journal – Warren Siringer's Journal

There are 68 total entries in this Journal.

Startup

Posted on: Friday November 10, 2017

Removed the plug that was in the wrong oil hole, drilled and tapped and put new plug in the right place. Put it all back together and would not fire. Turns out there were lock washers under the heat shield stuck to the back of the gaskets. Removed and it fired up in less than 2 seconds. Ran smooth for the 20 minutes. Removed temporary fuel supply and using brake clean and air pressure cleared the clogged fitting at the fuel tank. Finally cleared at 135 psi. Towed it back home and changed t...

Oil Cooler Lines

Posted on: Sunday November 5, 2017

Readjusted rear oil cooler line to clear distributor and rerouted oil pressure line. Went through 3 ignition switches before one worked well. Buffed and waxed the body. New Lucas switches are junk. Good thing I had an original Lucas switch. Should be ready for startup Wednesday at Ernie's.. Perfect working weather in the high seventies and low eighties.

Brakes

Posted on: Sunday October 29, 2017

Finally got the brakes bled this week. Master cylinder had the modified innards in the original body. Switched out and works great. Clutch bled. Put in passenger seat and finished installing the grill today. Boot lid seal has finally settled in so closes great. Mounted coolant recovery tank and looks good, just need to route hose. Overflow hoses for carb bowls tomorrow,

Overdrive Switch

Posted on: Sunday September 10, 2017

Installed the sheeps foot overdrive switch. Made in Taiwan. Had to file dash for it to fit. Knob just slides off. Amazing now much the quality has deteriorated since I installed the last one. Started to replace the turn signal switch but saw Taiwan on the Lucas box and got too discouraged to continue. I need to quit buying electrical components from Moss. I must be a slow learner.


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