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The Step-by-Step Guide to Engine Blueprinting
Author: Rick Voegelin
Published: August 1997 by CarTech, Incorporated
Description: This completely revised and updated version--containing an additional 32 pages--is simply the best book you can buy on engine preparation for street or racing! The Step-By-Step Guide to Engine Blueprinting clearly illustrates and explains all important preparation techniques in an easy-to-read format. The Step-By-Step Guide to Engine Blueprinting shows readers how to use precision measuring tools, calculate compression ratios, degree a camshaft, and much more! This book covers both large-and-small and block blueprinting as well as Ford, Chevy, and Chrysler products, the latest in high tech engine components, machining processes, materials and assembly techniques. Loaded with helpful advice in a fresh new page layout, this book should be in every enthusiast's toolbox.

      
Reviewed by scotchRating:
If you are serious about building engines, this book is worth every penny. It is well written and well illistrated. Most of the examples and pictures feature small block chevy engines, but all the procedures and techniques also apply to your ford motor.
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