About the Author
A. Graham Bell's interest in modifying engines stemmed from his love of fast driving. As he couldn't afford a Porsche 911s he had to resort to hotting up a Ford 105E Anglia to give 911-type performance. The research involved and the practical experience gained led to further involvement with racing cars and raing engine workshops, learning all the time. It was then but a short step to start building engines for other people's race, rally and road cars. The book represents the author's experience gained from working on engines of all kinds for over 30 years, during which time he has unravelled the mysteries surrounding cylinder head design and turbo-charging and gained an understanding of the ways in which manufacturers are dealing with the complexities of performance, emissions and economy.
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