Motorcycle fuel systems made easy How fuel systems work and are tuned to suit all engine conditions Clearly captioned step by step pictures show precisely how to perform many tasks The author, John Robinson, has spent most of his life around bikes testing, racing, tuning, talking to people who design develop them and, of course, writing about them Gas flow Fuel and combustion chemistry Carburetor construction and overhaul Fuel injection theory, adjustments and settings Fuel pumps, sensors, catalytic converters Intake and exhaust systems Variable geometry Turbochargers and superchargers Special fuels Fault finding Testing and tuning Glossary of technical terms...
|Title||:||Motorcycle Fuel Systems TechBook: All carburettor types, along with fuel injection, from the basic theory to practical tuning (Haynes Techbook)|
|Publisher||:||Haynes Manuals N America, Inc Reprint edition September 1, 2015|
|Number of Pages||:||176 pages|
|File Size||:||570 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Motorcycle Fuel Systems TechBook: All carburettor types, along with fuel injection, from the basic theory to practical tuning (Haynes Techbook) Reviews
there is a lot of interesting information here. i bought it when working on a 1984 Kawasaki GPz550. while the carbs i had were not explicitly shown in the book, the amount of discussion and pictures never the less made it a useful addition.
A nice addition to my motorcycle shop library.
Great overview of carburetors and fuel injection.