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How to Build New Hemi Performance on the Dyno: Optimal Parts Combos for… (2018)

by Richard Holdener

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Respected author and New Hemi authority Richard Holdner provides an exhaustive source of research and analysis of performance parts upgrades for the Gen III Hemi in this recent addition to the Performance How-To Series by CarTech.

"How To Build New Hemi: Performance On The Dynamo" presents readers with the performance data on nearly every modification imaginable, enabling the reader to make the best choices to fit their individual project goals. Areas for modifications covered include intake manifolds, cylinder heads, camshafts, headers and exhaust systems, supercharging, turbocharging, Nitrous Oxide, and more. The amount of time, research, and resources that went into the making of this book are sure to save the reader a lot of cash and frustration in turn, making this book a no-brainer for anyone considering taking on such a project. An awesome resource, and very well thought out and put together. Highly recommended! ( )
  Marieange | Nov 1, 2018 |
For the gearhead, this is "the" book for Hemi nuts! Well documented/written, you'll have no trouble getting the best out of your Hemi! ( )
  Maineac32129 | Oct 4, 2018 |
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I gave this book to my husband after I read it because it was just that good
I loved the details they provided about 101 steps and the background of it . ( )
  Krystle.Ramos | Sep 20, 2018 |
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Good quality book for those that are interested in building a new Hemi. I gave this to a friend who loves it. ( )
  jennifer57 | Sep 5, 2018 |
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If you're wanting to hop up your late model Hemi, get this book. You'll save yourself a lot of frustration and money trying to figure out what mods will give you the most bang for the buck. Lots of useful graphs and other info. Definitely a must have for late model Hemi enthusiasts. My one disappointment is there's no mention of what kind of electronic mods are needed to go along with the mechanicals. ( )
  Bargle5 | Aug 21, 2018 |
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