MG car tuning tips and advice. We have a wide range of tuning articles covering all models of MG from small engined family cars to large engine hot hatches and executive cars plus the classic MG’s. Following our tuning tips you will avoid many of the usual tuning mistakes and issues and actually achieve the car setup you desire. MG have always had a good racing heritage and all the cars bearing the MG badge make good potential tuning project cars. Please join the forum for model specific questions and answers and to meet other owners and see what modifications they have done.
TorqueCars started providing MG tweak suggestions and advice, car track day setup and car modification help and pointers back in 2003 and have grown from strength to strength with a fast growing membership of all types of cars including many, MG owners from the MGB GT right up to the modern ZT and even the MG Maestro and Montego get a mention in our forums. We are currently one of the fastest growing car tuning clubs around and certainly one of the friendliest. In 2007 we also organised our first full car show.
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The MGTF is a great little sports car and can be great fun to hoon around a track in. The standard car was nicely set up but with some choice tuning mods the car can be greatly improved. It was aimed squarely at the Mazda MX5 class car and builds on the heritage of the earlier MGB and MBC models. The minor niggles levelled at the MG F mk1 have been ironed out and addressed.
One thing a lot of people complain about is the handling.
The ZR is popular among our members for their car tuning projects, based on the tried and tested Rover 200 chassis it forms the basis of a great little hot hatch with lots of tuning options. This could have been the car that saved the Rover group before it’s demise in 2007 but sadly the car came too late and offer little extra other than some pretty classy looks and a great range of engines.
It was one of Britains most popular hatches and the ZR160 headed up the range with a tuned VVC engine and nimble handling.
Both work on the same principle they blow air into the engine under pressure. Both have a turbine which spins up depending on the engine speed and the higher the revs the greater the volume of air is forced into the engine. But there are some major differences between the two and which is best for your project?