RPS Ltd (Revolution Performance SportsCars Ltd) started the development of its MG range in 2012, with the launch of its RP251 full kit featured in magazines in 2013.
Prior to its move over to developing MG products, our experience was gained through the kit car industry in the 1980’s/90’s. Firstly, offering a build up service for customers and then developing our own car, the GCS Hawke, which sold in good numbers and had a good reputation within the industry, with magazine reports to reinforce this. The Hawke Owners Club was formed by GCS and remains strong to this day, with the club recently celebrating its 30th Anniversary.
After the RP251 body kit was developed, RPS moved on to a rubber bumper conversion kit for the MGB and this has proved very popular as a cost-effective way of removing the original rubber bumpers without the need to go for a full chrome bumper conversion option.
To complement our emerging MGB range, during 2016, RPS Ltd took over the production of the VeeBee wings first developed by Vic Birch. New moulds were produced and these remain in production. The VeeBee wing moves the original MGB headlamp further back, with a sleek Perspex Cowl option available.
The range of kits then moved over to the MGF/TF versions.
The first of these was the RPX body kit, which first appeared in 2015, with a large number of panels that can be mixed and matched to suit individual style and budget. A hardtop with lift out roof panel will join the list of options shortly. Designed originally for the MGTF, the RPX kit can be also adapted for the MGF and a lot of the range crosses over to the two models.
In 2019, the RPS-S body kit joined the range. This option was designed specifically for the MGF and was influenced by the MGF SuperSports vehicle, of which only two were produced by MG.
RPS products have been featured in the following magazines over the years:
MG Enthusiast Magazine
Kit Car Magazine
Complete Kit Car Magazine