The New MINI was introduced in the U.S. to an eager public in 2002 as the MINI Cooper and MINI Cooper S. Since that day, MINIs have been among the most popular and best selling hatchbacks on the market.
But MINIs are not only popular as daily drivers but also in road rally and autocross configurations.
In this book, Jeffrey Zurschmeide takes you through the many possibilities for performance upgrades, from shock absorbers to brake systems, clutch, turbo replacement, exhaust systems and much more.
In addition to all that info, the book also gives you examples of modified cars to show you how you can modify your MINI to turn it into a car that's fun to drive or race.
Hundreds of photos accompany the how-to instructions, so you can do the modifications yourself.
WARNING: Automotive suspensions are tremendously powerful springs that are held under compression when normally installed. Do not attempt to release any automotive spring without the proper tools and instructions or you could seriously injure yourself or even be killed.|
It costs just a few dollars to have a professional shop install springs, and it's money well-spent if you don't have the right tools to do it safely.
Subject: 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 New MINI performance how-to handbook: MINI Cooper and Cooper S for street or competition. ISBN-10: 1613250223 |ISBN-13: 9781613250228 | CarTech SA182P