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Have you been searching for a book dedicated strictly to Pontiac
performance? Look no further — How to Build Max-Performance Pontiac
V-8s is the one you need. From the 287 to the mighty 455, from
Tempests to Tri-Powers, this book covers it all. Pontiac performance
began back in 1955 with the midyear introduction of a 4-barrel
induction package. From there, the performance people at Pontiac upped
the ante year after year, putting together performance packages for
the 326, 389, 400, 421, and 455-cubic-inch engines. From Tri-Powers
and Ram Air packages to factory cast headers, Pontiac has a
performance and racing history as memorable and unique as any. Author
Jim Hand begins with a year-by-year timeline, tracing Pontiac
performance packages from 1955 through 1979, and then moves on to
chapters on bottom end parts, and cooling, oiling, and ignition
systems. He has also included special sections on the available
carburetors including Tri-Powers, Q-Jets, Thermoquads, and AFBs, as
well as detailed info on head porting and exhaust systems, featuring
quantitative flowbench and drag-strip results. If you want to increase
the performance of your Pontiac, How to Build Max-Performance Pontiac
V-8s will show you how.