This fully revised and updated edition is one of the most comprehensive references available to engine tuners and race engine builders. Bell covers all areas of engine operation, from air and fuel, through carburation, ignition, cylinders, camshafts and valves, exhaust systems and drive trains, to cooling and lubrication. Filled with new material on electronic fuel injection and computerised engine management systems. Every aspect of an engine's operation is explained and analyzed.Along with the popular and economical Superflow 110 flow bench came a usera#39;s instruction manual, which suggested that an enginea#39;s horsepower ... This idea got many tuners into thinking that air flow was all important when it came to making power; more air flow means more hp. ... The story is similar with the 350 Chevy.
|Title||:||Four-stroke Performance Tuning|
|Author||:||A. Graham Bell|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 1998|