Engine Performance

GM, Ford, Chrysler More muscle under your hood!

Engine Performance  GM, Ford, Chrysler  More muscle under your hood!
Format: Paperback / softback, 238 Pages
ISBN: 9781563926938
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More muscle under your hood! Covers computer chips to crate motors!

• Early or late model GM, Ford or Chrysler
• Step-by-step engine build-ups
• Quick and easy horsepower tips

Included in the Engine Performance Haynes Techbook are these topics:

• Power planning
• Choosing a speed shop
• Computers and chips
• Ignition systems
• Fuel and induction systems
• Cylinder heads, camshafts. and valvetrain
• Nitrous oxide, turbos and superchargers
• Engine build-ups
• Crate motors and engine swaps

The author

Max Haynes is an artist, photographer, art director, designer, sculptor, and web designer. He is the author and illustrator of thirteen children's books. He has thirty years of experience as a professional photographer, specializing in air-to-air. Haynes lives in Maple Grove, Minnesota, with his wife and children.

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Format: Paperback / softback, 238 Pages
ISBN: 9781563926938
Illustrations: 350 b-w ill
Size: 8.5 in x 11 in x 0.625 in / 215.9 mm x 279.4 mm x 15.875 mm

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