Small-block Chrysler, Plymouth, and Dodge V-8 engines have come in a variety of vehicles since 1964. These powerful, durable engines powered everything from high-performance Cudas and Chargers to torquey Dakotas and Ram trucks.
How to Rebuild the Small-Block Mopar is the most comprehensive book on small-block Mopar engines ever released, covering 273, 318, 340, and 360-ci LA engines and 5.2 and 5.9L Magnum V-8s. Author William Burt uses color photos and descriptive text to teach readers the complete rebuild process from removal to break-in.
This book describes ways to increase the performance and efficiency of your small-block Mopar, and also points out the unique steps required for LA and Magnum versions of the engine. Topics covered include removal, tear down, inspection, selecting parts, machine-shop work, and assembly. Special sidebars cover torque sequences, cc-ing heads, calculating compression ratio, and painting engine parts.
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William Burt is a lifelong automotive enthusiast who has been writing automotive books since 1995. He has written a number of books on a variety of subjects including NASCAR, Camaros, Corvettes, Volkswagens, trucks, and tugboats.Review:
Overall, we were pleased with the book and think it would make a fine addition to any small-block lover's shelf...or better yet, workbench. ---Mopar Enthusiast, Oct./Nov. 2008
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