Just bought a 93 plus 4 with a mildly tuned ( ported and polished head and heat wrapped free flow headers ) and am wondering how I am supposed to ensure an efficient supply of cold filtered air to the induction manifold. At present a bit of wire reinforced fabric flex pipe which looks like it may have dropped of a land rover has to make an almost 90 degree bend ; fouls the heater box , drapes languidly over the distributor and terminates in an ITG filter which slops around in the area where Morgan presumably fitted the original filter. Cold air is supplied from beneath the radiator by a nasty looking orange flexi pipe pointing vaguely in the direction of the filter. The latter is presumably fixable by a proper cool air box for the filter and better pipework but what I cant get my head around is how to contrive an efficient connection to the induction manifold. The unfortunate relationship between the manifold , distributor and the heater box seems unacceptably casual even by Morgan standards. Is this really how Morgan originally installed this engine or have I got some strange combination of bits that they just happened to have lying around at the time ? Can somebody with the same engine option please tell me how the original installation was supposed to work or has addressed the same issue . Or am I simply being to picky and this is simply one of the (many) little Morgan eccentricities we learn to live with .