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4X4 Engine Performance - Media Review

Posted in Features on June 1, 2005
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As impassioned automotive enthusiasts, we are continually seeking the latest and greatest information on how to fine-tune, tweak, maintain, and repair our rigs. 1001 More High Performance Tech Tips is the sequel to Wayne Scraba's best-selling tech tips book. The second volume also targets the racer and automotive enthusiast, just as the previous volume did. The easy-reading self-help guide is jam-packed with technical information on engines, transmissions, the drivetrain, bodywork, interior fuel systems, and electrical systems. The book also contains a large section devoted to shop tips, techniques, and secrets. Additionally, two chapters are devoted to track tips and cool tools. Hundreds of black-and-white illustrations, along with numerous graphs and charts, are used to illustrate many of the tech tips.

Each section of the book contains hundreds of short, insightful, and concise tips geared toward specific areas of your vehicle. Examples of these hot tech tips include how to test the stall on your current torque converter, which U-joints are suited for high-performance applications, which axlehousing is right for you, clearance in piston-ring grooves, tire maintenance, alternator diagnosis, fabrication and shop tips, and hundreds more. This is a great book and reference tool to have sitting on your shop workbench or next to your comfortable La-Z-Boy.


HP Books
Auburn, CA 95603

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