Production of the engine for a typical car made today is a study in mass production. Advantages in the production process for a manufacturer often go against the interests of the end user. What increases production and saves the results of the production cost of the engine, which is made to fall within a wide range of standards and specifications that are often not optimized to meet the original design. In short, cheap and rapid production of the engine leads to inaccurate final product. Of course, this is not what enthusiasts want from their engines.
To maximize the performance of any engine, it must be balanced and ready to very precise tolerances, which the manufacturer had to adhere to in the first place. Four-cylinder or eight cylinder, American or any other manufacturer, the performance of all engines have improved significantly.
In this book, expert on engines author Mike Mavrigian explains and illustrates the most basic technology of engines and perform detailed procedures, balance, coordination and optimization of the work of engines. Balancing is time-consuming and difficult process, but the investment in time pays off with excellent performance.
Publisher guide: Car Tech
Author: Mike Mavrigian
Year of publication: 2013
Guidebook format: pdf
The language of the book: English