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HP Books Chassis Engineering for High Performance Cars, clearly explains the complex principles of chassis design and suspension engineering in terms that anyone can understand. Information is provided on how to build the maximum cornering power into your vehicle's suspension, and how aerodynamic forces affect your suspension. You'll learn how to set up your sports car for road racing your modified for the Circle Track, and even learn how the professionals set up a Nextel Cup car for the high banks of Daytona! This book should have a place in every enthusiast's library.
Holley carbs have been around forever; however, some enthusiasts are not yet up to speed with tuning and rebuilding these old-style fuel mixers. Whether you're a carb rookie or an experienced enthusiast, you can tune, repair, and select the proper carb for your vehicle with HP Books' Holley Model 4150 & 4160 Carburetor handbook.
HP Books Holley Carburetors, Manifolds & Fuel Injection by Mike Urich and Bill Fisher provides all of the information that you need to get the maximum performance or economy out of your Holley products. The book begins with the basics and then covers the selection and use of the proper carburetor for your vehicle, performance tuning, fuel injection installation and operation, designing a fuel system for alcohol, troubleshooting and repair, and much, much more. Over 500 illustrations, charts, and photos guide you through road racing, Circle Track, street, strip, and marine applications and help you get the most out of your Holley induction system.
From theory to final assembly, the full spectrum of racing engine building is covered in detail in HP Books' Racing Engine Builder's Handbook: How to Build Winning Drag, Circle Track, Marine, and Road Racing Engines. You will learn how to choose, recondition, inspect, stress-relieve, machine, fit, and assemble all systems and components. This handbook features hundreds of photos, charts, and drawings. It also includes a pre-assembly chapter on how to make sure that all components are fitted and adjusted correctly to ensure that they perform correctly after the final assembly.