Four-Stroke Motocross and Off-Road Performance Handbook

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MBI Publishing Company, Jul 10, 2011 - Transportation - 160 pages
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DIVThis thorough how-to manual helps the off-road motorcycle enthusiast get the most out of their machine. This one-stop reference covers everything from basic maintenance to performance modifications, including: • Engine rebuilding• Transmission rebuilding• Clutch repair and rebuilding• Big-bore kits• Cam kits and valve timing and tuning• Tuning stock suspension• Suspension revalving and kits• Jetting and tuning carburetors• Tuning electronic fuel injection• Wheels, tires, and brakes• Chains and sprockets• Cooling systems • Electrical systems/div

 

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Contents

Introduction
Fit the Bike to
The Intake System
The Exhaust System BY KEVIN
The principles and practices of high
How to Install a Spark Arrestor
How to Set Your Suspension
The Cooling System
How to Change Engine
The Basic Principles of Fourstroke
The Fourstroke Engine
How to Test Cylinder
How to Check and Adjust
Accessories
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Eric Gorr is an inventor and performance engine builder from Chicago, Illinois. Eric worked as a contributing technical writer for the biggest dirt bike magazines on three continents and is the moderator of the Mods and Performance forum at 

www.dirtrider.net

. He has earned two U.S. patents and had produced innovative designs in motocross since he started working as a motorcycle mechanic in 1971. Eric's mail order company, Forward Motion, provides dirt bike riders with performance machining solutions to maintenance problems.



Kevin Cameron is a long-time motorcycle journalist and racing insider. Highlights of his long-running column in Cycle World magazine have been anthologized in the Motorbooks best-sellers Top Dead Center and Top Dead Center 2, and his Motorbooks Workshop title Sportbike Performance Handbook has been the go-to resource for sportbike riders for years.  Kevin resides in Gill, Massachusetts.

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