A detailed guide to model four-stroke petrol engines, written by the late L.C. Mason.
First published in 1976 by Model and Allied Publications, the book was also sold in the US with the word ‘petrol’ replaced with ‘gasoline’.
Mason was the designer of the Mastiff – a four cylinder water cooled engine.
Model Four Stroke Petol Engines: Designing, Building, Running by L.C. Mason is a highly detailed book that covers the design and creation of a model four stroke engine.
- Designing in General
- Crankcases, Crankshafts, Bearings, Flywheels
- Cylinders, Cylinder Heads
- Valves, Valve Gears
- Cams, Camshafts,Drives
- Engine Timing
- Conrods, Pistons,
- Engine Balancing
The book is illustrated with black and white photographs and line drawings.
The card covers and content are both clean and fresh and in fine condition. A super copy of a scarce book.
Model Four Cycle Gasoline Engines: Designing, Building, Running By L.C. Mason
- Published by Calderwell Industries, 1977
- 18 x 24.5 cm
- 116 pages