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  • Stock Number: 9781613255179
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Ford Inline Six How to Rebuild & Modify

$29.00 $36.95
  • Barcode: 9781613255179

Rebuild and modify your Ford inline six with help from the leading performance builders of these engines, Vintage Inlines!

 Covering Ford’s small 6-cylinder engine made famous in Falcons, Comets, Mustangs, and many other models from the 1960s and 1970s, this book has everything you need to know from step-by-step rebuilding instructions to performance parts that will set you apart from the rest of the crowd. If this is your first engine build, you’ll be glad to know that every aspect of a complete rebuild is here. Starting with engine removal, you’ll learn all the different steps, including examination, machine work, reassembly, and reinstallation. The mystery is revealed on setting ring gap, checking valve-to-piston clearance, even degreasing the camshaft for spot-on valve timing!

 Whether it’s replacing the undersized and outdated 1-barrel carburetor or the original Load-O-Matic distributor, you’ll learn how to get the most from the engine that came as original equipment in literally millions of our favorite Ford vehicles. With the information in this book, you’ll learn how to add a 2-barrel carburetor, electronic ignition, and even a header so you can have the smooth rumble of dual exhaust.

 • Color step-by-step photography walks the reader through identification, inspection, disassembly, rebuild, and reassembly 

• Hundreds of thousands of Ford Mustangs were powered by the inline six 

• Covers all performance options, including aftermarket parts and modifying factory components

Condition: NEW

Author: Matt Cox & Barton Maurer

ISBN: 9781613255179

Publisher: CarTech

Illustrations: 379 color photos and charts

Pages: 160

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