The How to Make Your Car Handle how-to guide starts out with general/foundation information on components and systems that contribute to car handling. Then, it delves into suspension tuning and chassis modifications to help you enhance your car handling performance. It also includes a special section about specialized racing vehicles and their unique car handling challenges.
Few things are as rewarding as throwing a car into a tight turn and have it hold the line, especially if you have played a role in redesigning its suspension system.
But how do you get there?
With the help of How to Make Your Car Handle, by Fred Puhn, you will learn from the basics of chassis geometry and construction to automotive suspension theory. Important subjects such as roll center and axis, camber changes, bump steer, anti-dive, ride rate and balance and more, are thoroughly covered by this guide.
But theory will only get you so far. The book also goes in detail into things such as how to install suspension systems, how to modify your car's suspension, handling hardware such as sway bars, shock absorbers, bushings, tires wheels and more.
But how about aerodynamics? you ask... Well, How to Make Your Car Handle also delves into body mods for reduced drag and high-speed stability. Spoilers, air dams, ground effects and more are discussed in detail. Plus, brake system modification and set up for max stopping power and handling is also part of this great book.
The Motor Bookstore is proud to offer this book, which is one of the best and most complete sources of automotive handling information available, explained in plain, understandable language, so you can become an expert.
Subject: A book for DIY mechanics who want to improve their car's handling capabilities. ISBN-10: 0912656468 | ISBN-13: 9780912656465 | HPBooks 46