Honda performance enthusiasts all have one basic question when it comes to making their cars faster: qWhat parts work, and what parts don't?q The only way to answer that question is to install various parts on a car and test the power output on a dynamometer (dyno). Richard Holdener has done that in High Performance Honda Dyno Tests. Holdener's extensive testing provides dyno-proven data for all popular Honda performance parts, from air intake systems to exhausts, cams and cylinder heads to nitrous, turbos, and superchargers. There is even a chapter on engine build-ups. In addition, dyno tests on nearly every Honda model, from the single-cam DX to the 2.2L Prelude, are included. Acura models are covered as well, from the 1.8L LS through the GSR and Type R all the way up to exotic NSX. There is no better place to find performance answers than in this book.Like the Ford fuel injection market of 10 years ago, there is so much misinformation out there regarding Honda/Acura ... In addition to the NSX, Holdenera#39;s stable includes a 1990 Integra GS (with an LS/VTEC hybrid motor), a 1995 Civic Del ... Powered by a Vortech supercharged 2-liter B18C, the 500- horsepower big-bore GSR motor has pushed the Civic to ... I had to think it over for a while, the Silver Bullet was in pretty bad shape, but I did it and so began my adventures with the Bullet.
|Title||:||How to Build Honda Horsepower|
|Publisher||:||CarTech Inc - 2002|