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Book - How to Hop-Up Chevrolet and GMC 6 Cylinder Engines
Book - How to Hop-Up Chevrolet and GMC 6 Cylinder Engines

Book - How to Hop-Up Chevrolet and GMC 6 Cylinder Engines

216 Chevy Inline Six, 235 Chevy Inline Six, 261 Chevy Inline Six

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Book - How to Hop-Up Chevrolet and GMC 6 Cylinder Engines
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Shows classic speed equipment developed and manufactured by Barker, Belond, Besasie, Champion, Clark, Edelbrock, Edmunds, Chet Herbert, Hilborn, Horning, Howard, Iskenderian, Italmeccanica, JE Pistons, Mallory, McGurk, Newhouse, Nicson, Spalding, Tattersfield, Venolia, Vertex, Wayne, Wico and Zoller.

Explains the Chevy power family, the paths to power, block modifications and assembly, boring and stroking, cylinder heads and modifications, intake manifolds and carburetors, ignitions, superchargers, estimating horsepower, planning the job to get the most performance for your money.

Clearances and general operating instructions are provided for the Wayne-equipped engine. One section is devoted to the GMC 6-cylinder engine. 160 pages.
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