1001 High Performance Tech Tips

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Penguin, 1995 - Transportation - 176 pages
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A collection of brief, informative, how-to tips from performance experts designed for the enthusiast or racer, this book offers helpful secrets, suggestions, techniques, and hints to help solve common problems and generally enhance all areas of a car's performance. 400+ photos.
 

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Contents

ENGINES
1
TRANSMISSIONS CLUTCHES TORQUE CONVERTERS
35
REAR AXLE AND DRIVELINE
51
CHASSIS SUSPENSION AND BRAKES
66
POWER TUNING
87
BODY PAINT ELECTRICAL DETAILING ENGINE COMPARTMENT
112
INTERIOR
136
GENERAL TIPS TECHNIQUES
149
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About the author (1995)

Wayne Scraba has a diverse background in both writing and motorsports. He has toiled as a magazine editor, a technical editor, and a freelance magazine contributor and has authored five automotive books. His work has appeared in more than 60 high-performance automotive, motorcycle, and aviation magazines worldwide. His background includes operation of his own speed shop, fabrication of race cars, assembly of street rods, hot rod motorcycle builds, and muscle car restoration. Wayne lives to build custom parts following good construction and mechanical practices.

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