Tuning the A-Series Engine

The Definitive Manual on Tuning for Performance or Economy

Tuning the A-Series Engine
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Format: Hardback, 512 Pages
ISBN: 9781859606209
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Increase the power output of your A-Series! This fact-filled guide covers all aspects of engine tuning in detail, including filters, carburation, intake manifolds, cylinder heads, exhaust systems, camshafts, valve trains, blocks, cranks, con rods and pistons, plus lubrication systems and oils, ignition systems, and nitrous oxide injection. Applicable to all A-Series engines, small and big bore types, from 803 to 1275cc.

The author

Daniel has been developing his own car for years and, through this work, has learned much about the practical problems of tuning and modifying cars. A current and former contributor to numerous magazines inc:Top Car, Fast Car, MG Enthusiast, Track & Race Car, Grassroots Motorsport, & British car, Daniel, after a stint in the RAF, is currently a civil servant. He lives in Nuneaton, England. Recently Daniel has completed over two years of training to become a licensed Motor Sport Association (MSA) Scrutineer and officiates at diverse race meetings throughout the Midlands.

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Format: Hardback, 512 Pages
ISBN: 9781859606209
Illustrations: B&W Ill: 735
Size: 8.25 in x 10.75 in x 1.375 in / 209.55 mm x 273.05 mm x 34.925 mm
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