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Topic Review (Newest First)
04-19-2004 12:29 PM
blndweasel 1. "How to rebuild your small-block chevy" by david vizard

2. "Power Secrets" by Smokey Yunick

3. "Engine Blueprinting" by Rick Voegelin

probably can get all three on amazon for less than $50 total.

great resources. oh yeah, and the book on small blocks will give you the basic principles that you can apply to a big block rebuild.


the blonde weasel
san diego, CA
04-19-2004 11:58 AM
engine building

i have an engine in my garage for the last 3 yrs, and i am thinking that this may be a good time to learn how to build an engine. being the novice that i am about engines , how doable is such a project, also are there any books with step by step instruction and possibly illustrations

thanks p.s i am talking about a bb chevy

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