|Chassis Engineering/Chassis Design, Building & Tuning for High Performance Handling|
Author: Herb Adams
Published: May 1993 by H.P. Books
Description: To most forms of racing, cornering speed is the key to winning. On the street, precise and predictable handling is the key to high performance driving. However, the art and science of engineering a chassis can be difficult to comprehend, let alone apply. But in HPBooks' Chassis Engineering, chassis expert Herb Adams clearly explains the complex principles of suspension geometry and chassis design in terms the novice can easily understand and apply to any project. Hundreds of photos and illustrations offer the information on what it takes to design, build and tune the ultimate chassis for maximum cornering power, both on and off the track.
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|Reviewed by munsonbw||Rating: |
|While this book will have very little information that the Bronco owner will use, it is an excellent book if you are interested in racing. Herb is very knowledgeable and present the information in a semi-technical fashion... in other words if you want theory, its there, and if you want pratical, its there too. This book would be of interest to someone looking to tune an existing car for racing, or someone building one from the ground up. It covers all aspects of chassis design, starts with tire theory and goes from there.|
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