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Big-Block Chevy Marine Performance: Engine Modifications for Maximum Boating Performance by Dennis Moore
Reviewer: labruvluv from Old Lyme, Conneticut
Finally, someone has written a technical manual for those of us who like to fiddle with modern gasoline marine inboard and I/O engines. This book has been long overdue! There exists a plethora of books on building up hot-rod automobile engines, but the marine hot-rod has been mostly untouched. Dennis Moore does an excellent job presenting the subtle differences between a car engine and a marine engine, from the carburetor, intake manifold, heads, cam, to the critical exhaust manifolds and marine headers. Though this book is based on Chevy big blocks, the principles are easily adaptable to all makes of marine engines.
I am currently building up a Chevy SB 350 to a 383 "stroker" and have found this book indispensable. I highly recommend it for anyone who tinkers with marine inboards! Nice job Dennis!

Small-Block Chevy Marine Performance: Engine Modifications for Maximum Boating Performance by Dennis Moore
Reviewer: TOMMY KITCHENS from PENSACOLA, FLORIDA
Since I now have my own copy, I can tell the world that this book is well underpriced!! The content of this book is so well written, easy to read, and chocked full of "experience and information", that it is easily worth more than three times what it sells for!
By having this book, I now feel that I have the confidance to build my own "hot engine", knowing I have the expertise of Dennis Moore (the author)looking over my shoulder as I build it!
Definately a must have!!

Complete Guide To Gasoline Marine Engines by John Fleming, John P. O'Connor
Reviewer: asdaddyo from cape coral, florida
i ordered this book thinking that it would tell me how to work on gas enginges. i was surprised, it was not at all the type of book i was looking for. but i opened it up and started reading. i have worked on car engines in the past with a degree of success, and i like to think that i can keep any engine running if it fall into the older model catagory. John O'Connor has written a book that i will be happy to keep with my "how to manuals", because this one is a "why" manual. if you are a novice, or even a little more advanced, this book explains the dynamics of a gas engine to a degree that will surely enlighten any reader. don't look for this book to fix your engine, look to this book before you start and what you may encounter when you start to do any modifications. a very impressive little book, put together well and very detailed. thanks for the great reading.

Inboard Engine, Transmission and Drive: Service Manual by Intertec
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Trouble Shooting Gasoline Marine Engines by John Fleming
Reviewer: A reader from Portsmouth, New Hampshire
While this book would make an interesting text for an engineer, it is of little use to the average reader or backyard mechanic (Which the author readily admits...). The descriptions of all the critical operations of an engine are largely academic, and few readers would be able use this text to gain insight into their engine woes. Fewer still would be able to effect a repair based on a chapter's content. This is not the text to bring along for emergency repairs! It is well written, and can educate a reader who has the patience to sit through it. If you are bored and curious, you may find this new understanding fulfilling, yet not especially helpful.

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