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Item Number: CARTECH-SA21
Weight: 2 lbs.
Publisher: CarTech Inc. / SA Design
Softcover: 160 pages, 400 b/w photos
Dimensions: 8.4 x 10.8 inches
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    This completely revised and updated version containing an additional 32 pages is simply the best book you can buy on engine preparation for street or racing! Rick Voegelin's highly acclaimed combination of savvy writing and wrenching skills puts this best-seller in a class by itself. All important preparation techniques are clearly illustrated and explained in this easy-to-read text. Engine Blueprinting shows the reader how to use precision measuring tools, calculate compression ratios, degree a camshaft, and much more! Loaded with helpful advice, this book should be in every enthusiast's tool box. Rick Voegelin.

    ""Rick Voegelin's book, The Step-by-Step Guide to Engine Blueprinting, is an excellent source of performance-oriented engine building information for the beginner and the seasoned veteran alike. This digest should be in every enthusiast's greasy mitts.""-- Steve Magnante, HOT ROD, August 1998

    ""Packed with text, photographs and drawings illustrating every aspect of precision engine building, Engine Blueprinting is the finest book ever produced on the subject.""--GOODGUYS GOODTIME GAZETTE, April 1998

    ""You've probably figured out that blueprinting, once considered necessary for only race engines, is also a critical component in extracting maximum performance from a healthy street engine too. Engine Blueprinting, by Rick Voegelin, is written for the enthusiast, not the scientist. Included in its 159 pages are sctions on how to use and read precision measuring tools, calculate compression ratios, degree a cam, prepare components, assembled parts and lots of other stuff that you can feel when you hit the gas. We highly recommend this book."" -- MUSCLECAR REVIEW, February / March 1998