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Which ignition conversion kit for my 1972 MGB Roadster?

I would like to convert the ignition in my 1972 MGB Roadster, but am confused by the variety of kits on the market and what they offer. As prices range from £40 to around £300, it is obvious that there are considerable differences. I am looking for better starting, smoother running and possibly improvements in performance and economy. Are you able to suggest which might be best for me to install?

Asked on 25 August 2012 by JO, Glasgow

Answered by Honest John
This Dutch company specialises: But you can get good advice from MGB club forums where you can benefit from the experiences of fellow members.
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