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In this well established book, now brought up to date in a second edition, the Technical Editor of Performance Bikes shows you how to evaluate your engine, how to assess what work you can undertake yourself, and what is best left to a specialist The great attraction of the two stroke is its enormous potential, contrasted with its appealing simplicity Armed with little than a set of files, you can make profound changes to the output power of a two stroke But these changes will increase thepower only if you know what you are doing Motor Cycle Tuning Two stroke will therefore guide you through the necessary stages which can enable a stock roadster engine can be turned into a machine capable of winning open class races, for an outlay which is positively low by racing standards Very few other books on engine development and most of these are either devoted to car engines or are out of date Promoted by PERFORMANCE BIKES...

Title : Motorcycle Tuning Two-Stroke, Second Edition
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ISBN : 075061806X
Format Type : Paperback
Language : English
Publisher : Butterworth Heinemann 2 edition January 15, 1994
Number of Pages : 144 pages
File Size : 794 KB
Status : Available For Download
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Motorcycle Tuning Two-Stroke, Second Edition Reviews

  • J. S. Karlovsky
    2019-02-03 16:30

    I'm very sorry to be negative but I did not like this book. I found that this book muddied the waters regarding two stroke engine operation more than providing any helpful insights. In my opinion Bell's book is a better practical guide, and Blair's book is the best of all for someone who wants to understand the processes involved in two stroke engine operation and then apply them.

  • None
    2019-02-01 18:40

    Very informative with info on what each modification does to two-stroke power. You will understand just about the whole inner workings of a two-stroke motor once you read this book thoughly. Some paragraphs you may need to read twice, just because they contain so much info.