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slightly modified Silver Member Chuck Royer
Hayward, CA, USA   USA
1964 MG MGB "SLIGHTLY MODIFIED"
New Hood Scoop, it looks large but has only 3/4" above air cleaner, from Unlimited Products, very inexpensive (kinda looks it), will do for now. Will be putting a new master cylinder (have), rear gears (have 3.55s-3.73s) probably go with the 3.55s and with the gears put ARP wheel studs in (already have in fronts), to be ready for this years adventures.

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billymgb1000 Silver Member william gaulin
harrisville, harrisville RI, USA   USA
1973 MG MGB
1974 MG MGB V8 Conversion "Sweet Thing"
Hello Chuck, I need a hood scoop too. and the first one I went with was open in the front also, and after getting caught in a couple of unexpected rain showers I said that's enough of that crap. I never intend on driving my car in the rain but living close to the ocean sometimes they blow through even when the weather person says" no rain today " lol. anyways I got sick of hanging up my air filter to dry. When I redid my car I went with a cowl scoop. Now I'm going back to the garage to fill the wood stove and work on my bigger master and 4 link rear suspension.


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ohlord Gold Member Rob C
North of Seattle, N.W., USA   USA
1957 Land Rover Series I "EYEYIYI"
1971 MG MGB
1971 MG MGB "Bedouin 2"
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slightly modified Silver Member Chuck Royer
Hayward, CA, USA   USA
1964 MG MGB "SLIGHTLY MODIFIED"
Rob C., are you psychic, on my way home last nite my left rear turn signal bulb went out (1157) have replacement, will replace next time I drive it. William G., I had the new scoop on backwards at first, just looked funkier then it does forward, with no inner front fenderwells I don't even drive my "B" when the ground is moist, I know eventually I will get caught by the weather though, just seems it has to happen.

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britcars Phil Ossinger
Fredericton, NB, Canada   CAN
Check out this one. Dave Craddock makes some very high quality stuff.

http://www.preformresources.com/MGB-Body-Parts.htm



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slightly modified Silver Member Chuck Royer
Hayward, CA, USA   USA
1964 MG MGB "SLIGHTLY MODIFIED"
Thanks Phil, I would really like to have Dave's Hood, he sent me the specs. and it's 3/4" too short, I've a Holley StripDominator intake that's port matched to my ported heads, I have thought about his hood with a GT350 scoop I already have, just balking at buying that great looking hood and cutting a hole in it.

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kerbau53 Gold Member Geoff Morton
Cape Coral, FL, USA   USA
1978 MG MGB V8 Conversion "The Wreck"
Didn't the old Mitsubishi Eclipse have a hood bump that might be graftable onto your hood?

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