Does your rip-roaring, powerful Tiger sometimes feel, to you, like the one we have pictured here?
Well, if it's your desire to give it a few more "teeth", you need to examine our new Performance Tuning section. Fortunately, you are already here.
We do intend to devote this entire section to specific performance tuning advice, rather than intermixed with the more diverse content of the current Tech Tips, This articles will be
specifically oriented towards tuning your Tiger for maximum usable power for your specific intended use. It contain portions dealing with getting the most from the stock equipment,
the mild street Stage 1 tuning, all the way through unmanageable full race power.
That is our goal, and we are Starting Now !!!
Our contributors consist of a real cross section of the Tiger community. We have individuals who are experts in Tiger Restoration, Performance Tuning, Troubleshooting and History
already on board. They are working as we speak putting together great content of this site. Even though we have these great people working for the Tiger cause we still need your help.
Send us a tech tips, photos, restoration tips or even stories. Anything that you think would benefit the Tiger community.
MAILING LIST DISCUSSIONS
"The Ackerman Angle Discussion"
This "article" is a round-robin Tiger-List discussion of the Ackerman Angle from your most consistent authorities and "wrenches" on the Tiger Mail List. It is by no means completed, but is preserved for your reading. A full article on an MG Midget rack and MGB arm, using Dale Akuszewski's kit has now been released, as written by Larry Paulick in "The Tiger Ackerman Angle", listed below
IF YOU CANNOT FIND WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR IN THESE ARTICLES, DO NOT FORGET TO CHECK OUT "THE MAILING LIST ARCHIVE" THIS ARCHIVE HAS BEEN RUNNING SINCE 1999 AND IT IS A WEALTH OF INFORMATION.