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How to Build Honda Horsepower, Holdener, Richard

Author    Holdener, Richard

Title   How to Build Honda Horsepower

Type   New

Publisher   USA Cartech Auto Books and Manuals 2002

Seller's Record No.   8401

Honda performance enthusiasts all have one basic question when it comes to making their cars faster: “What parts work, and what don’t?” The only way to know for sure is to install the parts on a car and test the power output on a dynamometer (dyno). Richard Holdener has done just this in How To Build Honda Horsepower. Holdener’s extensive testing provides dyno-proven data for all popular Honda performance parts, from air intake systems to exhausts, cams and cylinder heads to nitrous, turbos, and superchargers. There is even a chapter on engine build-ups. In addition, test runs on nearly every Honda model, from the single-cam DX to the 2.2L Prelude, are included. Acura models are covered as well, from the 1.8L LS through the GSR and Type R all the way up to exotic NSX. Table of contents includes: The Long & Short of Air Intake Systems (with 8 dyno tests); Intake Manifolds & Throttle Bodies (9 dynos); Heads, Cams & Sprockets (10 dynos); Headers, Cats & Performance Exhause (9 dynos); Superchargers: Big Boost Bolt-Ons (11 dynos); Turbocharged Terrors (8 dynos); Nitrous, ECUs (Chips) & Underdrive Pulleys (10 dynos); and Engine Buildups (8 dynos).; SA Design Series; A4; 176 pages

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