How to Build Max Performance Chevy Small Blocks on a Budget (How to Build Horsepower Series #3)

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Highly regarded engine builder and technical writer David Vizard turns his attention to the ins and outs of building serious horsepower small block Chevy engines on a budget. Included are details of factory part numbers, easy-to-do cylinder head modifications, and inexpensive aftermarket parts.
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Overview

Highly regarded engine builder and technical writer David Vizard turns his attention to the ins and outs of building serious horsepower small block Chevy engines on a budget. Included are details of factory part numbers, easy-to-do cylinder head modifications, and inexpensive aftermarket parts.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781884089343
  • Publisher: CarTech, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 7/15/1998
  • Series: How to Build Horsepower Series, #3
  • Pages: 128
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.37 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 15, 2007

    First Engine Buliders must!

    I'm 17 years old and i'm ready to build my first motor. I have a 1985 monte carlo ss and a 350 short block on an engine stand in my garage. Being that I am still in high school and live at home, and money isn't easy to come by. The engine builds in the book have given me an idea how to go about building a good street and strip motor cheap. I also got a better understanding how the theory of cam lobe spread and other technical hints and tricks. The only thing this book doesn't do is give you torq specs or the order of how to put things together, but any one with common sense can find those out. The book also gives you some comparisions of the top name brand parts to a lesser known brand and shows you that top end parts aren't always the best. If you are going to build your first motor, young or old, you will need this book to gain the best understanding of the enginr theory and how to apply it to your own motor. You can also be sure that when you build it you'll have done it right.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 5, 2001

    Gotta Have It!

    This book is a must-have for any Chevy enthusiast who is even considering build their own performance motor. Vizard's experience and money-saving tips are clearly evident in the easy to follow text and the step by step approach to building hosepower for the modern mouse.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 13, 2001

    A Definate Must Read

    THis book is a definate read for anyone who wants to build their own engine. Alot of good information and tips from the pros to keep it cheap.

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