Motorcycle Fuel Systems TechBook

All carburettor types, along with fuel injection, from the basic theory to practical tuning

Motorcycle Fuel Systems TechBook
Format: Paperback / softback, 176 Pages
ISBN: 9780857339157
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Motorcycle fuel systems made easy:

-- How fuel systems work and are tuned to suit all engine conditions

-- Clearly captioned step-by-step pictures show precisely how to perform many tasks

--The author, John Robinson, has spent most of his life around bikes: testing, racing, tuning, talking to people who design/develop them and, of course, writing about them

--Gas flow

--Fuel and combustion chemistry

--Carburetor construction and overhaul

--Fuel injection theory, adjustments and settings

--Fuel pumps, sensors, catalytic converters

--Intake and exhaust systems

--Variable geometry

--Turbochargers and superchargers

--Special fuels

--Fault finding

--Testing and tuning

--Glossary of technical terms

The author

Dr. John Martin Robinson is an historian and author whose many works include studies of the Wyatts and the architecture of recent country houses. Among his most recent books is The Regency Country House, published by Aurum. He serves as Maltravers Herald Extraordinary, one of Her Majesty's Officers of Arms, and is Librarian to the Duke of Norfolk.

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Format: Paperback / softback, 176 Pages
ISBN: 9780857339157
Illustrations: color illustrations
Size: 8.5 in x 11 in x 0.325 in / 215.9 mm x 279.4 mm x 8.255 mm

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