How To Power Tune Jaguar XK 3.4, 3.8 & 4.2 Litre Engines

How To Power Tune Jaguar XK 3.4, 3.8 & 4.2 Litre Engines
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ISBN: 9781845849603
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How to Power Tune Jaguar XK Engines - this book gives full details on camshafts, camshaft timing, valve springs and cylinder head options and modifications. Carburation chapters cover: 13/4 and 2 inch twin SU setups; triple 2 inch SUs; and triple Weber and Dellorto setups. A special section is included on modifying SUs for improved engine performance, along with the relevant needle specifications. There are also full details on ignition systems and timing, exhaust manifolds and systems and general tune-up information.

The author

Hailing originally from New Zealand, Des Hammill is a professional engineer with many years of practical experience of building race-winning engines and solving technical problems. The author of several books in the SpeedPro series, Des writes in an easy to understand manner and gives step-by-step guidance. Des also takes his own photographs and creates his own line drawings.

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Format: Paperback / softback, 120 Pages
ISBN: 9781845849603
Illustrations: 76 color photos
Size: 8.1 in x 9.8 in / 205.74 mm x 248.92 mm
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