Item description for How to Build, Modify & Power Tune Cylinder Heads by Peter Burgess, David Gollan, Bill McKibben, Carol Spencer, Cindy Wilde & Nora Osganian...
New revised and updated edition, complete with extra illustrations, of this best-selling SpeedPro title.Expert advice on building and modifying cylinder heads for high performance with reliability. Topics include horsepower and torque, equipment and tools, airflow, building a flowbench, proting, valves, unleaded fuel conversion, camshafts, exhaust system, ignition and cylinder heads, except 2-stroke. The complete practical guide to successfully modifying cylinder heads for maximum power, economy and reliability. Understandable language and clear illustrations. Applies to almost every car/motorcycle with a 4-stroke engine. Also applies to road and track applications.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 8" Height: 10" Weight: 1.02 lbs.
Release Date Jan 10, 2003
Publisher Veloce Publishing
ISBN 1903706769 ISBN13 9781903706763
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More About Peter Burgess, David Gollan, Bill McKibben, Carol Spencer, Cindy Wilde & Nora Osganian
Burgess is an international consultant to the aquarium fish industry, specializing in fish health and aquarium management.
Peter Burgess has an academic affiliation as follows - Consultant, Essex.
Reviews - What do customers think about How to Build, Modify & Power Tune Cylinder Heads?
pretty good stuff Mar 10, 2008
The porting info in this book is not as detailed as in A.Graham Bells 4 stroke performance tuning book but what it lacks in info it more than makes up for in pertinent pictures and this book also does a very good job of explaining how and why certain things need to be done. This is a fine book for anyone who wants to tinker with their heads for the first time. The equipment needed section is excellent and a quick google search found the needed stuff at very reasonable prices. Good job Burgess.
The experienced engine builder need not buy this book Mar 27, 2007
Not much new information unless you are a novice.
Great Book Jan 28, 2006
This book is full of useful info. Lot of detail. I recommend this book. Well worth the money.
Very good book for beginners Jul 5, 2005
This book provides good information for anyone looking to modify automotive cylinder heads to gain power. It is very well written and covers everything from valve grind and port work to cam degreeing and lift. Most of the information is applicable to any 4-stroke engine, and very few "engine specific" (and hence mostly useless) bits of information are included. Well worth the money.
Made in England Aug 8, 2002
This book is from England, and although it's easy enough to read, there are no pictures or facts pertaining to American engines. Also, not enough or correct information is given concerning porting.