High Performance Honda Builder's Handbook: How to Build and Tune High Performance Honda Cars and Engines, Volume 1

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CarTech, Incorporated, Feb 1, 2003 - Transportation - 128 pages
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The best Honda tuners in the country tell you how to build a Honda engine that'll turn your competition into smoke! Instead of the usual bolt-on flogs, this book covers all the fundamentals of super-tuning your high-performance Honda engine. From intake to exhaust and everything you've ever wanted to know about fuel injection, the High Performance Honda Builder's Handbook covers it all.

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Lengthy periods of reading great info. A bit boring. Lot on information. Read full review



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Joe Pettitt is a freelance high-performance automotive journalist, photographer, and car-fi guy. He has written hundreds of articles for the performance press, including Hot Rod, Sport Compact Car, Drag Racer, Car Craft, Circle Track, and Motor Trend. His adventures as a high-performance journalist include piloting IROC cars around the famous ovals of Daytona and Talladega and strapping into the world's fastest open road race record holder vehicle as a journalist/passenger. As a car audio journalist he wrote for Autotronics magazine, where he indulged his passion for great cars and great music. Pettit lives in Southern California.
Gale Banks owns Banks Engineering, the premier manufacturer of power-enhancement products for gasoline and diesel trucks and RVs. Banks resides in Azusa, California.

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