How to Power Tune MGB 4-Cylinder Engines

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How to Power Tune MGB 4-Cylinder Engines
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Format: Paperback / softback, 144 Pages
ISBN: 9781787113411
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Description

How to get maximum performance from the MGB's four-cylinder B-series engine for road or track.This book tells you all you could want to know, expert tips, and is packed with understandable and down-to-earth advice based on the author's years of hands-on experience.
  • Covers all MGB and MGB GT 4-cylinder engines (except 3-bearing crank engines)
  • Explains the ‘first principles’ of engine power and tuning
  • Handy ‘power recipes’ to help achieve the performance you want
  • How to improve airflow, camshafts, carburation, ignition and exhaust
  • Lubrication and cooling systems improvements
  • Uprating suspension, wheels, tyres and steering for better handling
  • How to set-up and tune on a rolling road
  • Comprehensive appendix with formulae and tuning data
  • Includes cam timing tables for Piper and Kent cams
  • List of specialists and suppliers to help with your MGB tune
Written by an acknowledged expert, who runs a well-known tuning business in Derbyshire, England. Peter Burgess has been working with MGBs since 1978 and his engine building expertise has produced many MGB race wins. He is also the author of How To Build, Modify & Power Tune Cylinder Heads.
 

The author

Peter Burgess is a self-taught engineer. His background in psychology laid the groundwork for a scientific method approach, and gave him the ability to harness his intuition in making engines work. He works holistically to modify engines, and runs a small, friendly tuning business in Derbyshire, which enjoys worldwide recognition and distribution.
 

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Format: Paperback / softback, 144 Pages
ISBN: 9781787113411
Illustrations: 100 color & b-w photos
Size: 8.1 in x 9.8 in / 205.74 mm x 248.92 mm
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