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Keith

Firstly welcome and welcome to what maybe the first TF owner in the country. :D :D

What colour body/roof and trim type have you gone for!

Would also apprecaite - a picture of the said vehicle and I'll feature it on site. :)

This also applies to any one else - also I do understand that some of you would like their number plates obscurring. Just let me know wehn you mail the pic! :D
 

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ok thanks it's great site !!;)

I have gone for anthracite with a black soft top with full leather.

I drive a R25 1. 4 2000 at the moment, I have never owned a rear wheel drive car before any tips ??

The Tf gets to the dealer tues/weds so have been promised it by thur/fri cant wait :cool:
 

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Keith,

MGR have a little bit of information on the MG TF on their official website www.mg-rover.com - click on the MG Octagon, then once the page has fully loaded, click on "Development Zone" across the top. I'm suprised it's not featured in a lot greater depth - after all, this car was "officially" launched on 8th Feb!!

Personally though I'd recommend the main site here, www.xpower-mg.com, as the information is far better.

In other words Jerrys' site wipes the floor with any other. Period. :)
 

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keith.davies said:
Anybody know when the Tf is being launched on the offical MGR website ?

p.s my Tf 135 arrives wednesday :D
Just looked up at the german site @ http://www.rover.de/
We need to wait until April, 13th. :rolleyes:

Any news from other continentals ?
 

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Rear wheel drive and tips . . . . . not that I am Damon Hill or anything but:

Haven't driven a TF, but have driven an F VVC in anger and they are very good fun. You will love it I am sure.

Mid engined means excellent balance and poise but oversteer is more snappy and harder to control as the drivetrain sitting behind you acts like a pendulum.

Obviously watch the back end, it will take a lot to get it to go in the dry, but obviously much easier in the wet, cornering with power on hard or high RPM overrun (engine braking).

Take it to a big car park when run in and have a laugh seeing what I mean (I did) :D Just don't tell the bird, it was her car! :(

Matt.
 
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