Morris Minor part 4

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Morris Minor part 4

Post by Wal » October 21st, 2017, 3:52 pm

Under the bonnet of the car reveals the full Guy Croft engine on twin 45s.

One unique feature is my own custom built 50mm stainless 4-2-2 system with Magnaflow main box and twin Scorpion back boxes. A rather rough and ready exhaust system but twin pipes out the back is a must and worth the small sacrifice in power.

Couple exhaust of pictures below:

I know it’s not pretty but it does the job. Part of the reason I used the 50mm tubing was because I knew I couldn’t make it quite right so compensated by using the biggest diameter tubing I could accommodate.

Soon it will be all of the above but in Volumex version, which will require a proper exhaust being made for it. The planned result brings to mind the sticker I once saw on the back of a Bugatti Veyron “Yes I Can”. Mine will be “Yes I Just Did”

What happens with this engine? Well it gets transplanted into my other Morris Minor that currently only has a standard Twin Cam in.

Hopefully you have enjoyed the brief trip round my car and it was worth the read. For me it is simply the best.


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Re: Morris Minor part 4

Post by Guy Croft » October 21st, 2017, 5:20 pm

Hi Steve and your super dad (who also has a Morris-Minor TC!)

marvellous to see you both at GCRE this week and thank you very much for your respected new order for a GC VX 2 liter unit.

Loved the posts and the new Rat Look!! it's my fav tbh (hope that's not too modern for GC!)

Do tell the story of the rolling-road tests at Northants M/Sport if you get time. It really made me smile.

Thanks again for sharing the fun here,

very sincerely,

Guy Croft, owner

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Re: Morris Minor part 4

Post by Spider 1969 » October 24th, 2017, 9:38 pm

Nice one; love to see more on how the engine and transmission have been installed.
Keep it up.

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Re: Morris Minor part 4

Post by Will01 » November 21st, 2017, 10:36 pm

I love these mad conversions. Rocket ship.
We need to see more details and pictures.
Any videos floating about?

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