Tuning the A-Series Engine

By: David Vizard

Catalogue Number: LZ2-D3JV

Tuning the A-Series Engine

  • Format: Hardback
  • Publisher: Haynes Manuals Inc
  • ISBN: 9781859606209
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Synopsis

The A-series engine came to prominence as the power plant for the Morris Minor. The engine was progressively developed, and grabbing attention for its performance potential in 1959. This volume contains advice on how to tune such an engine.

Author's Biography

Daniel has been developing his own car for years and, through this work, has learned much about the practical problems of tuning and modifying cars. A current and former contributor to numerous magazines inc: Top Car, Fast Car, MG Enthusiast, Track & Race Car, Grassroots Motorsport, & British car, Daniel, after a stint in the RAF, is currently a civil servant. He lives in Nuneaton, England. Recently Daniel has completed over two years of training to become a licensed Motor Sport Association (MSA) Scrutineer and officiates at diverse race meetings throughout the Midlands

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