I will need to replumb the output from the turbo to the intercooler as well. Someone really dropped the ball on this one. The Austin-Healey Sprite is a small open sports car which was produced in the United Kingdom from to All that said - not sure why you'ld buy a Midget when you could just get a proper Spitfire. I ordered a pressurized sandblast kettel last night. I put the seat in the car and sat in there so I could locate the manual shifter in a comfortable location.
I will put the inner door panel back on. Many existing MG buyers turned to the Sprite to provide a modern low-cost sports car and so a badge-engineered MG version reusing the Midget name made sense. I cut some patterns for brackets for the 4 link: With the windshield back on: Replaced the diaphragm once and filtered cap once in a while.
My seats are not installed in the car symmetrically due to the angled driveshaft. Does anyone know if there are any identifying marks on diff's to indicate what ratio they are? Changing Oil, Moss Motors. I built the axle end mounts for the coil overs It will be behind whatever I decide to do for a dashboard. I will post pics and updates when I have something useful to share. I would like to fire it up, see if the carbs will allow it to run smoothly.
I will need to replumb the output from the turbo to the intercooler as well. This will allow length adjustment: The big one is for access to the upper control arm bolts. The exhaust is rusty, but still solid. Click on pic for videos. A heater was an optional extra.