This third volume explains all the technical elements that define the functioning of the individual circuits in the on-board and engine service range, applied to first generation vehicles or vintage vehicles.
A teaching aid and a practical-manual support for all those, technicians, mechatronics and car repairers in general, who for professional reasons intend to try the electrical, electronic and mechanical diagnostics of motor vehicles.
The importance of presenting design ideas with the maximum clarity and precision is the central theme of this manual, which describes the principles of perspective drawing and colouring techniques, with chapters on marker, airbrush and coloured paper rendering and special finishes.
Modifying your car for increased performance? You need this book! It shows you how to easily measure on the road the gains and losses of changing air intakes, exhausts, cams and turbos. Also learn how to test suspension, brakes and car aerodynamics – accurately and at low cost.
Motorcycle chassis set-up is a highly individual thing, honed to suit the bike, rider and circuit. So where do you start and what lies behind the discisions that are made? In this third volume of The Racing Motorcycle, engineer John Bradley, a former national winner and lap record holder, covers key areas that apply to all bikes and seeks to raise awareness of the many things involved. The first two volumes of The Racing Motorcycle (a technical guide for constructors) have been sold in more than thirty countries and have received wide acclaim from amateurs and factory teams alike.