With 35 years experience, Laurie Pettitt knows more than most about the 'mucky green art' of rebuilding VW air-cooled engines. Written with genuine enthusiasm and a little humor, this step-by-step guide is like having a knowledgeable friend or older brother sat right next to you at the workbench. Learn how to remove and strip down your engine before taking a really good look at what's inside. Work out what's good and what's not. You will learn to examine components and find that often they are not only serviceable but better than modern reproduction parts. Reusing the original parts wherever possible, you will then learn how to prepare and reassemble your engine with plenty of tips and tricks to make the job easier. The importance of cooling tinware is emphasised and its refitting covered model by model. With the short engine built, we turn our attention to ancillaries such as fuel, air and exhaust systems as well as sensible modifications to make your new engine perform better and last longer.With 35 years experience, Laurie Pettitt knows more than most about the a#39;mucky green arta#39; of rebuilding VW air-cooled engines.
|Title||:||Volkswagen Air-Cooled Engine Rebuild Manual|
|Publisher||:||Haynes Publishing - 2014-02-06|