The 4-Cylinder Engine Short Block High-Performance Manual

The 4-Cylinder Engine Short Block High-Performance Manual
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Format: Paperback / softback, 112 Pages
ISBN: 9781787113343
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The 4-Cylinder Engine Short Block High-Performance Manual is a complete practical guide on how to blueprint (optimise all aspects of specification) any 4-cylinder, four-stroke engine's short block to obtain maximum performance and reliability without wasting money on over-specced parts.

Includes choosing components, crankshaft & conrod bearings, cylinder block, connecting rods, pistons, piston to valve clearances, camshaft, engine balancing, timing gear, lubrication system, professional check-build procedures and much more. 

The author

Hailing originally from New Zealand, Des Hammill is a professional engineer with many years of practical experience of building race-winning engines and solving technical problems. The author of several books in the SpeedPro series, Des writes in an easy to understand manner and gives step-by-step guidance. Des also takes his own photographs and creates his own line drawings.

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Format: Paperback / softback, 112 Pages
ISBN: 9781787113343
Illustrations: 195 color & b-w photos
Size: 9.8 in x 8.2 in / 248.92 mm x 208.28 mm
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