Item description for Harley-Davidson Sportster/Buell Engine Hop-Up Guide by Kip Woodring...
Power and performance are the goals of the Harley-Davidson Sportster/Buell Engine Hop-Up Guide. This guide shows you how to get the most out of your Sporty engine, whether you ride on the street, strip or track. Learn how to make your little Harley GO with tips from the pros. From early model Sportsters to the latest Buells, this guide covers them all, both 883 and 1200cc engines. The book is chock full of quality photographs to help you get the job done right.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 8.75" Height: 11" Weight: 1.08 lbs.
Release Date Jun 23, 2003
Publisher Wolfgang Publications, Inc.
ISBN 192913309X ISBN13 9781929133093
Availability 123 units. Availability accurate as of May 22, 2017 11:26.
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More About Kip Woodring
Kip Woodring, the author of the Harley-Davidson Sportster/Buell Engine Hop-Up Guide, has been writing for Harley-Davidson publications for more than 20 years. A certified mechanic, he lives in Scotts Valley, CA.
Reviews - What do customers think about Harley-Davidson Sportster/Buell Engine Hop-Up Guide?
hop-up guide review Aug 4, 2008
this wasn't a bad book, just outdated! should have said 86-03. NO rubbermount or buell xb and barely any 1200sport. we're halfway through 2008 and these were all signifigant changes in the sportster/buell line-ups. is probably still good enough for most readers. i just had specific questions on all 3 subjects mentioned that h-d and local shops could not answer for me and that's why i bought the book in the 1st place. oh-well.
Novice guide Jun 3, 2007
I was expecting actual technical information, instead I found this book to be just a vague guide that just pretty much tells you what products do and do not work. The small amount of actual advice may be helpful to a beginner.
You can get the same advice for free from anyone that owns a Sportster and has tried to upgrade it.
This may be a good guide for a novice Sportster/Buell owner, but if you have any kind of mechanical backround or even tinker with bikes on the weekends, I would suggest passing on this book.
Interesting Book Jan 15, 2007
Nice publication - valuable and interesting information for Sporty and Buell owners. Very pleased with this purchase.