Engine Airflow Repair Manual by HP Books®. HP1537. A Practical Guide to Airflow Theory, Parts Testing, Flow Bench Testing and Analy zing Data to Increase Performance for Any Street or Racing Engine. This informative, fully illustrated handbook includes basic discussion on the science of engine airflow and relationships, how flowbenches work, testing individual engine components, how to analyze the data, calibration issues, intake and exhaust tuning, engine formulas, and putting it all together for maximum performance.
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Harold Bettes is the award-winning co-author of Engine Airflow HP1537: A Practical Guide to Airflow Theory, Parts Testing, Flow Bench Testing and Analyzing Data to Increase Performance for Any Street or Racing Engine and Dyno Testing and Tuning. With the exception of the years during his military service, he has been involved in motorsports in one fashion or another for over 45 years. In 2005, he was the recipient of a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Advanced Engineering Technology Conference, for a lifetime of dedication to the high performance industry.
HP Books® has been the primary source for performance, restoration, and racing guides for automotive enthusiasts for over half a century. It offers an ever expanding line of books and audio books which are intended to help professional mechanics and do-it-yourselfers across the globe maintain and modify their vehicles. From big block Ford and Chevy engine rebuilds to engine conversion and carburetor maintenance, HP Books has you covered with detailed guides and instructions from highly experienced and reputed mechanics with decades of expertise in rebuilding and modifying engines.