The Fiat Punto is distinctively Italian with subtle design cues that set it apart from other superminis, suggesting that the manufacturer has mastered the sleek Euro look perfectly. The modifier can only enhance this look with a huge range of aftermarket modifying products designed especially for the Punto, that are easy to obtain. But what if you should run into problems when creating the car of your dreams - ill-fitting kit, no instructions? Well, Haynes are here to help at every stage of your car’s transformation with the full colour Haynes Max Power guide to DIY modifying - everything you need to know, under one cover.
Watson makes the Ford fuel injection system easy to understand, and shows you how to get the most out of your EEC IVs helpful self-diagnostic system. Your guide to understanding, troubleshooting, repairing, tuning, and modifying fuel-injected Ford engines. Detailed text and 250 illustrations provide step-by-step information for testing and tuning engines for peak performance and efficiency.
The tuner car is the new hot rod: a smaller, sleeker, later model, geared up to go faster than the next car. And as always, when going for pumped-up performance and style it’s often critical--and difficult--to do it on a budget. That’s where this book comes in. How to Build a Hot Tuner Car author Scott Smith tells you all you need to know about how to build a tuner car right, and how to do it without going broke.
Exterior, interior, suspension, wheels, engine, driveline--it’s all here, from getting the parts to installing them properly. The methods may be innovative, the parts and process may be inexpensive, but the result is still going to be over-the-top.