How to Build Max-Performance Chevy Small-Blocks on a Budget

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CarTech Inc, 2009 - Transportation - 160 pages
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There's a common thread that connects high-performance enthusiasts; they want horsepower at the most affordable price. Hot rodders have always searched for ways to save money and improve performance, which includes fabricating their own parts, buying prime used parts, searching classifieds, and combing swap meets looking for deals. These high-performance enthusiasts take pride in beating the next guy in a contest of speed while spending a lot less to do it. Renowned engine builder and technical writer David Vizard turns his attention to extracting serious horsepower from small-block Chevy engines while doing it on a budget. Included are details of the desirable factory part numbers, easy do-it-yourself cylinder-head modifications, inexpensive but effective aftermarket parts, the best blocks, rotating assembly (cranks, rods, and pistons), camshaft selection, lubrication, induction, ignition, exhaust systems, and more.

This book is an all-new color edition of a previous best seller. It contains the latest engine-building techniques, profiles current technology, and includes today's affordable parts and engines. Vizard performs ten engine builds, which include dyno charts and parts lists. And it's all done at a nominal cost. Don't throw away money on bogus parts and inflated horsepower claims. Get the real scoop with How to Build Max-Performance Chevy Small Blocks on a Budget today!

 

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Contents

Acknowledgments
5
The Production of Power
14
Cylinder Blocks
20
Cranks Rods and Pistons
32
Lubrication Systems
51
Cylinder Heads
61
Cams Valvetrains
89
Induction Systems 109 Spark Test
136
Exhaust Systems 120 Effective Systems
142
Setting Functional Boundaries 128
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David Vizard is a revered engine builder, technical writer, and author. In fact, he has authored more than 30 highly respected engine building and automotive books, penned about 4,000 magazine articles, and contributed scores of web pieces to popular sites. Often referred to as Vizard the Wizard, his work is often the subject of blogs and editorial pieces in popular automotive magazines. Currently, he owns and runs

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