9781613254721-1613254725-Ford Y-Block Engines: How to Rebuild and Modify

Ford Y-Block Engines: How to Rebuild and Modify

ISBN-13: 9781613254721
ISBN-10: 1613254725
Author: Morris, Charles
Publication date: 2014
Publisher: Cartech
Format: Paperback 138 pages
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ISBN-13: 9781613254721
ISBN-10: 1613254725
Author: Morris, Charles
Publication date: 2014
Publisher: Cartech
Format: Paperback 138 pages

Summary

Acknowledged authors Morris, Charles wrote Ford Y-Block Engines: How to Rebuild and Modify comprising 138 pages back in 2014. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 1613254725 and 9781613254721. Since then Ford Y-Block Engines: How to Rebuild and Modify textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price of $ 4.04 or rent at the marketplace.

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The photos in this edition are black and white.

As Ford cars grew in both size and weight after WWII, the need for a more powerful and robust engine than the aging Flathead was becoming apparent. The successor of the Flathead engine, the Ford Y-block V-8 engine delivered far better performance and it didn't have the inherent oiling problems of the Flathead. This engine featured deep skirt block design, and its layout resembles a "Y," hence the Y-block name. Manufactured displacements of 239, 256, 272, 292, and 312 cubic inches, this stout engine grew in displacement over the years to meet demands for more power. It powered a variety of Ford trucks and cars from 1952 to 1964, including the Thunderbird, Edsel, and the famous 53-56 pickups.

The Ford Y-block has been largely ignored for years, but now the engine is enjoying a renaissance. With the renewed interest, many new high-performance parts are on the market. In this comprehensive rebuild and high-performance build-up guide, a step-by-step rebuild of two stock engines is provided, complete with explanatory text and captions as well as full-color photos. During the rebuild process, you learn the unique features of this engine series and how to build a strong and reliable engine. In addition, author Charles Morris profiles the building a modified supercharged 292 engine that uses the latest performance parts and technology developed specifically for this engine series. You are shown how to machine and prep the block, refurbish the cylinder heads, and select the optimal rotating assembly for a particular horsepower level.

The last book published on Y-Blocks was more than 20 years ago, but there has not been an authoritative step-by-step engine rebuild and high-performance book until now. The enthusiasts have been clamoring for information and of course owners will find invaluable coverage of the new parts, machining process, and assembly techniques. If you're a Y-block enthusiast, you will have to have this book.

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