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   WELCOME TO THE AMERICAN MGB ASSOCIATION   
for all year MGBs, MGB-GTs and Midgets
Established in 1975


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TECH TIPS

this is an excerpt from the articles appearing in the OCTAGON

also see upkeep and performance hints on our message board at board.mgclub.org
and on our Facebook group at
www.facebook.com/groups/americanmgbassociation

Please note: Questions and Answers and Upkeep and Performance Hints are provided for information and advice purposes. No liability either expressed or implied is assumed by reliance on the information presented either by the writers or the AMGBA.

Some or all of the below is from our message board at https://mgclub.org/smf/, Facebook group at www.facebook.com/groups/americanmgbassociation. This is just a part of what appears there and in the member magazine.

Also be sure to see our message board on our website and Facebook group for immediate help from fellow members.


Flame Trap 

Q:     What does this do? Should it be connected to something? This is the end and where the line comes from.|
Stephen Naylor

Flame Trap ConnectionFlame Trap Connection

A:     It’s a ‘flame trap’ you don’t need it but you may need the vacuum connected for functionality. It can be used or removed and replaced with a vacuum hose.
Simon Briggs

More tech items at https://www.facebook.com/groups/americanmgbassociation
and www.facebook.com/americanmgbassociation and on our message board at https://mgclub.org/smf/.


 


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