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by John Passini

Download Weber Carburetors ePub
  • ISBN 0947981675
  • ISBN13 978-0947981679
  • Language English
  • Author John Passini
  • Publisher Motorbooks Intl; 2nd edition (February 1, 1992)
  • Pages 128
  • Formats doc lit lrf lrf
  • Category Engineering
  • Subcategory Automotive
  • Size ePub 1541 kb
  • Size Fb2 1516 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 555

Book by Passini, John

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Passini, John; John Passini. ISBN 10: 0903192403, ISBN 13: 9780903192408. We guarantee the condition of every book as it's described on the Abebooks web sites

Passini, John; John Passini. We guarantee the condition of every book as it's described on the Abebooks web sites.

John Passini written several books detailing the Weber Carburetor, explaining how and why it works. He is recognized as the leading authority on Weber Carburetors. John lives in England. I already own John Passini's "green book" and wish that I had known about this one when published in 2008.

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This book is the distillation of many years experience of working with Weber carburetors. These celebrated carburetors have been fitted to some of the most exciting and memorable cars and have been more widely used by tuners and modifiers, both for road and competition machinery, than any alternative. The mysteries of why and how they work so well and the practicalities of getting the best from them in any application are explained at length.

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Bynelad
what you need to know on a base ground
Steel_Blade
The context of the book must be considered when reading. For example, the examples covered by John Passini are English cars, but then the author was English. Also, the cars described are models that are no longer being produced, but considering that his first book on Webers was written in 1968, it seems likely that he wouldn't still have his hands on very many at the time of the latest book in 2008, regardless of whether or not he was even still writing books about it. His style is a bit literary, which is unexpected, but for the hearty souls that can muster the strength to reread a sentence a couple of times, the rewards are substantial. It's sort of refreshing to come across something of this nature. Passini is actually funny, but I only saw it once I began to understand what he was saying, and that took more than one 5 minute session flicking pages looking for graphs. Perhaps that is often the problem with technical stuff, people just don't spend the time to understand something before taking it apart. So if you want a book to show you where all the screws go in the pile of parts sitting on your bench, then this may not be the best place to start. If you want something to add a little character to your bookshelf and at least a little depth to your understanding of these incredible contraptions...
Dammy
John Passini understands the principles of Weber carburetor design, tuning and maintenance through many years of experience and practice. By his own admission, the author states that this 128 page book cannot possibly make anyone an expert on Weber carburetors in one overnight reading. Because of of its abbreviated length, the book avoids the analytic approach and cannot be expected to provide the exact tuning specifications for a particular car under exacting circumstances. It does however offer an excellent quantitive approach to the subject so that the reader is exposed to as much of Passini's varied knowledge as can reasonably be expected. After reading this book, the adept and intuitive reader will definitely walk away with a good understanding of the Weber carburetor, and will be much better prepared to rebuild and tune their own setup.