How to Rebuild Big-Block Chevy Engines

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Penguin, Jan 1, 1987 - Transportation - 160 pages
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From workhorse to racehorse, the big-block Chevy provided the power demands of the mid-'60s. used in everything from medium-duty trucks to Corvettes, these engines are worth rebuilding. Do it right with this book!

Clear, concise text guides you through each engine-rebuilding step. Includes complete specifications and more than 500 photos, drawings, charts and graphs. Covers troubleshooting, parts reconditioning and engine assembly. Tells you how to do a complete overhaul or a simple parts swap.

One whole chapter on parts identification tells how to interchange parts for improvised durability or performance. Includes comprehensive specifications and casting numbers.
 

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This is not a good technical resource for performance information on the BBC it only covers Mk.IV.Gen. V and Gen. VI engines are not covered.This book is out dated.Hot Iron Read full review

Contents

Introduction
3
Engine Removal
14
Parts Identification Interchange
25
Teardown
49
Shortblock Reconditioning
64
CylinderHead Reconditioning
94
Engine Assembly
108
Engine Installation
136
Tuneup
157
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