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How to Build and Maintain Competitive FF1600 Engines

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How to Build and Maintain Competitive (yet legal) Formula Ford 1600 Engines
By Jake Lamont and Tom Andresen.


Whether or not you build your own engines, this book is loaded with useful information and tips to help you run faster and longer. Comprehensive coverage of such topics as:

  • Choosing a machine shop
  • Disassembly and inspection of your old engine
  • Crankshaft blueprinting
  • Carburetion
  • Dry sump oil system
  • Initial start-up and break-in
  • Dyno tuning
  • Maintenance
  • Gear selection

A must have for your toolbox. 142 pages with numerous photos, illustrations, and tune-up specs on the back cover for quick reference.

New updated edition includes information on new SCCA engine rules and parts sources.

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References through parts through tools, all great stuff

By David

from Virginia Beach, VA

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Comments about How to Build and Maintain Competitive FF1600 Engines:

Everyone refers to "Jake Lamont" regarding setup and maintenance of Formula Fords. It's a must-have resource and we all apprectiate that Pegasus carries this product. It is on every FF/CF racer's shelf, dog-eared and margin-scribbled. I especially appreciate the back cover setup info and the space for my own scribbles on setup. I also want to commend, in general, the helpful hints throughout the Pegasus site, and the quick and knowledgeable help by Tech Support when I call. You guys make this sport lots more fun and lots easier with your extra effort. Thank you.

 
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from klamath falls, Oregon

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Comments about How to Build and Maintain Competitive FF1600 Engines:

Great book!

The bible for anything powered by the Ford Kent engine

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