Hi, I bought a 2012 mg6 1.8 turbo in Feb , I paid £200 for it with a broken cam belt, it bent 8 exhaust valves, and damaged the valve guides.
The valves are about £6 each from mg and I had the head repaird at a machine shop for £140.
By the way inlet valves are £22 each, and not available at the minute,
With all parts including a full service kit and buying the car, it's cost me £600, which isn't bad I suppose,
I done all work myself which obviously makes it a lot cheaper
Hi everyone I purchased a 2013 1.8T on Saturday for my wife it’s got 54k on the clock so just to be safe I ordered a cam belt kit and full service items plugs oil filters etc my local garage quoted me £350 to do the service and cam belt even though I’m supplying all the parts I thought it’s a...
Hey guys, I've owned my MG6 for a few months now, and I'm looking to change the exhaust, I've seen the cutback systems but think they will be a tad loud with a newborn baby in the back, has anyone done anything with the backbox? Are there any close fits? Or would this be a custom job?
The appearance details are more sporty, the new MG 6 declaration map exposure
Zhou Yi, April 14, 2020, 13:10
A few days ago, we obtained a group of new MG 6 (parameters | inquiry) declaration map from the official website of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.
In terms of...