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356 Porsche® Technical Manual Part # P903677
Over 25 years ago, the Elfrink Porsche Technical Manual was first published and the response from 356 owners was overwhelming. Written at a level the average Porsche owner can understand if he wishes to do his own work. Nineteen sections covering all aspects of Porsche 356 maintenance and repair starting with the engine and proceeding through the fuel system, clutch, transmission, suspension, steering, brakes, electrical and lubrication. Also contains 356 engine and chassis numbers plus specifications of the different models. This is the latest edition. Learn More
$24.99 ea.
Porsche 356 Owner's Workshop Manual Part # 65-10658
168 Pages Covers engine, fuel, cooling system, ignition, clutch, transmission, suspension, steering, brakes, electric, body-work, wiring, maintenance and over-haul, and technical data. Covers all models 1957-65. Learn More
$29.99 ea.
Porsche® Performance Handbook 3rd Edition, For 911® Porsche® Part # P883658
Focusing solely on the air-cooled cars produced from 1963 through early 1998, this third edition of the Porsche® 911® Performance Handbook provides clearly illustrated, easy to follow instructions for making this world-class performance car even better. Noted Porsche® expert Bruce Anderson details performance-enhancing tricks and techniques for engine rebuilds, transmissions, suspension, brakes, wheels and tires, custom treatments, maintenance, and more. Detailed appendices list tune-up specs, conversion charts, handy formulas, and resources. Learn More
$39.99 ea.
Book, How To Hook and Launch: Traction Mods for Street and Strip Part # 88-1805-2
Author: Dick Miller Softbound 8.5 x 11 128 Pages 230 Color Photos ISBN: 9781934709351 While building big horsepower has becomre easier, putting that power to the pavement is still quite a challenge. Getting great "bite" involves a lot more than sticky tires and a smoky burnout. The suspension system is being put to work in a way it was never designed to operate. A better understanding of exactly what is happening to the suspension when the car launches fron a standing start will assist you in maximizing your car's effectivness on the street or at the track. In How to Hook and Launch: Traction Mods for the Street and Strip, author Dick Miller explains the physics behind what gets a car moving from a standing start, and how to best harness the various powers at work. Getting the rear tires to really bite and gain maximum traction is divided into several small steps, and Miller walks you through each phase of the launch. Today's enthusiasts face a wdie range of potential traction improvments, from softer tires and basic bolt-ons to complete or partial chassis replacements. Most opt for something in between, where some well-engineered componets are chosen to replace the factory equipment and offer a greater capability and range of adjustment. It is this range of upgrades where Miller spends most of his time, explaining what the parts and pieces do, and how to use them to their highest potential. Learn More
$27.99 ea.
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