The photos in this edition are black and white.
Mark IV Chevrolet big-block, made from 1965 to 1976, produced legendary
performance and is one of the greatest big-blocks of all time. This
design was a giant performance leap ahead of the old Chevy wedge
big-block. The Mark IV featured canted valves, large intake ports, and
an efficient head design for vastly increased air/fuel flow, better
combustion, and huge horsepower. With a big-block under the hood, the
Camaro, Chevelle, Corvette, and other Chevys became some of the most
desirable ultra-high-performance cars of all time. How to Rebuild the
Big-Block Chevrolet covers the best techniques for rebuilding the
renowned 366-, 396-, 402-, 427-, and 454-ci big-block engines.
exceptional clarity and insightful detail, this book explains engine
removal, disassembly, parts inspection, selection of machine work,
initial and final assembly, tuning, and break-in.
photos and extremely detailed instruction, each step-by-step procedure
explains professional techniques for rebuilding these engines. In
addition, high-performance upgrades are covered as well as torque specs
for major components, setting cylinder firing order, main bearing cap
torque sequence, and much more. This volume provides an unparalleled
level of information for rebuilding a big-block Chevy, so your rebuild
project is hassle-free and successful.
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