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Chevrolet Inline-6 Engine 1929-1962: How to Rebuild Chevrolet's inline 6-cylinder, affectionately known as the Stovebolt, was produced and applied to Chevrolet-powered automobiles from 1929 through 1962. Its effectiveness and simplicity greatly contributed to the lengthy duration of its life span, with the engine still being created in some capacity into 2009. Deve Krehbiel of devestechnet.com has taken his decades of knowledge on the inline-6 and created the ultimate resource on rebuilding the Stovebolt Chevrolet powerplant. Using color photography with step-by-step sequencing, Deve takes you through the disassembly, rebuild, and reassembly of these engines, including rebuilding the carburetor, distributor, and intake/exhaust systems. Tech Tips highlight areas that can be overlooked, such as proper cleaning and determining if a part is reusable, and an appendix provides information on decoding casting numbers. With millions of Chevrolets built with an inline-6 engine, there's no shortage of candidates for a rebuild. With Chevrolet Inline-6 Engine: How to Rebuild, you will now have the perfect complementary tool to walk you through the entire engine-rebuilding process. The Chevrolet inline-6 engine powered millions of trucks and cars from 1929 through the early 2000s The Chevrolet inline-6 engine is enjoying a resurgence in vintage Chevrolet restorations, especially in trucks This will be the first book ever documenting rebuilding the Chevrolet inline-6 in a step-by-step process Chevrolet Inline 194 230 250 292 CAR TRUCK GMC Power Manual SIX-CYLINDER 6 Crammed full of all the things that made the original Chevrolet Inline Six-Cylinder Power Manual the bible for new and experienced six-cylinder engine builders, this updated version is a must-have for any serious inliner. From soup to nuts, when you want to build the Chevy six for more power and torque than the factory could ever imagine, there is only one book the experts turn to. And now the second edition is absolutely jam packed with the latest blueprints, interviews, airflow charts, build sheets, racer and "hot dog" profiles. Thought-provoking ideas will help you build the Chevy six your way! However you plan your modification, from mild to wild, you will find thought provoking insider information that will help you achieve your horsepower goals. Use the inline six's inherent advantages to beat the competition. Discover modification secrets known only by a few engine builders. Determine the best ways to use supercharging, turbocharging or nitrous oxide. Finally learn about the team that made the 292 CID such a terror on the drag strip that the sanctioning body finally did away with the class! HOW TO HOP UP CHEVROLET 6 CLY 228 248 270 GMC ENGINES This Huntington classic will help you understand how things were done in 1951! Explains the V-8 family tree, planning the job, block mods and assembly, cylinder heads, intake manifolds, and carbs, ignitions, superchargers, estimating horsepower, and how to get the most performance for your money. Original edition 1951. Speed tuning theory and practice, costs, horsepower and torque for 1937-54 Chevrolet 6's, plus the 228, 248 and 270 GMC engines. CHEVROLET, GMC & BUICK SPEED MANUAL Reprint of original 1954 edition. How to hot rod Chevrolet inline six-cylinder 216 and 235 cid engines, plus GMC 228, 248, 256, 270 and 302 cid engines, and the Buick straight-eight 248 and 320 cid engines. Includes construction drawings, photos, and easy-to-read and understand technical data.
Author: Leo Santucci, Deve Krehbiel, Bob Fisher, Roger Huntington
Publisher: Midlife Classic Cars