How to Build Max-Performance Chrysler Hemi Engines details how to extract even more horsepower out of these incredible engines. All the block options from street versus race, new to old, iron versus aluminum are presented. Full detailed coverage on the reciprocating assembly is also included. Heads play an essential role in flowing fuel and producing maximum horsepower, and therefore receive special treatment. Author Richard Nedbal explores major head types, rocker arm systems, head machining and prep, valves, springs, seats, porting quench control and much more. All the camshaft considerations are discussed as well, so you can select the best specification for your engine build. All the induction options are covered, including EFI. Aftermarket ignitions systems, high-performance oiling systems and cooling systems are also examined. How to install and set up power adders such as nitrous oxide, superchargers, and turbochargers is also examined in detail.Porting and Flowing. The first level of porting is the bowl blend, which you definitely should have done, and of course, match the ports to the gaskets. ... or manual, with CNC preferred because each runner ends up the same (or at least close) with no breakouts. Only a ... No head is perfect and like everything else it probably got dinged when it was bouncing around in the box during shipment. A headanbsp;...
|Title||:||How to Build Max-Performance Hemi Engines|
|Publisher||:||CarTech Inc - 2009|