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How to Build Race Engines - Jr Johnson DVD NASCAR Ford


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How much would you pay to gain 5hp? 10hp? or 15hp+ on your next engine build?

This is a brand new DVD. The DVD contains over 60 minutes of detailed information. According to description on the back, this DVD is full of 60 minutes of great information on assembling racing engines with great tips from professional NASCAR engine builders. In this video you will see the bottom end of a Ford 358 cid (351 SVO) Racing engine assembled and set up for a set of Yates aluminum cylinder heads for NASCAR use. This video was produced in 1993, but the engine building techniques inside still apply to the most modern Ford, Chevy and Dodge engines on the race tracks today. This video is a must for any engine builder or novice who wants to understand what goes into a true high performance engine build.

This video covers the installation of the crankshaft and proper setting of crank thrust, installing camshafts, degreeing the cam, determine piston deck height, piston to valve clearance, checking piston volume, and installing piston pins and locks as well as inserts from Junior Johnson, Robert Yates, and Harold Elliot just to name a few. The quality of the production is not great, but the information is priceless.

This video is full of great information for anyone building a high performance engine including any small block Ford including 302 (5.0L), 351W, 351C, and Boss 302 & 351 engines found in Mustangs, Cougars, Torinos and many other Ford vehicles. Most of the information on this video also applies to Chevy Bowtie blocks with 18 degree, SB2, or SB2.2 NASCAR heads and Dodge (Mopar) Racing engines as well. this is a great resource if you are building a 305, 327, 350, 400 small block Chevy engines that are typically found in a Chevelle, Camaro, Nova or Corvette, just to name a few. Basic engine building principles and tricks of the pros found in this video will also work on big block engines like 360, 390, 426 Hemi, 427, 428CJ, 429CJ and SCJ motors too. If you plan to build a motor or just want to know more about engine building this is a must have item.

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