Need more information on how to attack a Chevy small-block engine and its performance? You've come to the right place! Whether you are a hot rod aficionado, have a profound love for custom cars, or simply can't get enough knowledge when it comes to muscle cars this CarTech How To Build Killer Chevy Small Block Engines Book BKHTBKC is an extremely valuable resource to make use of due to its extensive contents for every Chevy small-block owner. By flipping through the pages of this plethora of information, one can gather how to get the most horsepower out of the tried-and-true block Chevy platform. Every book is complete with an all-new full-color guide.
Features and Benefits:
- 144 Pages
- 8.5 X 11 Inches
- Paperback Book
- 400 Photos
- Published By CarTech
- Includes Detailed Information Surrounding Chevy Small-Block Engines.
- Valuable Resource For Car Aficionados
This guide envelops all of the necessary components for building Chevy Small-Block Engines including blocks, crankshafts, rods and pistons, camshafts, the valvetrain, oiling systems, heads, intake and carburetor, and ignition systems followed by a large section explaining stroker packages. Also featured are the latest street heads from AFR, Dart, RHS, World Products, and other prominent manufacturers. Despite being an aging product and design, the aftermarket for this powerplant is still developing and progressing.
Table of Contents:
- Chapter 1: The Small block Chevy
- Chapter 2: The Block: Where It All Begins
- Chapter 3: Crankshafts
- Chapter 4: Connecting Rods
- Chapter 5: Todays Performance Cylinder Heads
- Chapter 6: Advancements In Camshaft Design And Technology
- Chapter 7: Induction
- Chapter 8: Rockers And Lifters
- Chapter 9: Pistons
- Chapter 10: Sample Engine Build: 422 CI
Depicted in this book BKHTBKC is an in-depth, highly detailed example of a popular build format, offering a meticulously constructed road map to replicate this sample build, which has achieved over 700 hp from 422 cubic inches. Though the GM LS engine family is arguably the hottest small-block in the market, the Gen I Chevy small-block engine still retains a strong following within the massive number of these engines in use among enthusiasts because of their durability, reasonable price, and well-supported platform.