Four-stroke Performance Tuning : A Practical Guide
First published an incredible 25 years ago and regularly reprinted ever since, this remains one of the most comprehensive references available to the enthusiast engine tuner and race engine builder. Drawing on the author's many years of practical experience in tuning and modifying high-performance road, rally and race units, every aspect of an engine's operation is explained and analysed. Detailed modifications and improvements are suggested and described in the author's practical, down-to-earth style, making this book essential reading for anyone involved in building high-performance engines.
- Hardback | 480 pages
- 170.18 x 233.68 x 33.02mm | 1,224.69g
- 30 Oct 2006
- HAYNES PUBLISHING GROUP
- J H Haynes & Co Ltd
- Somerset, United Kingdom
- 3rd Revised edition
Table of contents
Fully revised and updated with much new information added. New chapters on Air Inlet, Fuel and Fuel Boosters, and Engine Management. Other chapters significantly expanded with new material. Explains and analyses all areas of engine operation, from air and fuel, through carburation, fuel injection, ignition, engine management, cylinders, camshafts and valves, bottom end, exhaust systems, to cooling and lubrication. Fully illustrated throughout with many new photographs and line diagrams.
About A. Graham Bell
A. Graham Bell is an acknowledged expert on engine tuning, with many years' experience in this field. Other books to his credit are Modern Engine Tuning, Two-Stroke Performance Tuning and Forced Induction Performance Tuning. He lives in New South Wales, Australia.