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Race Engine Technology Magazine 39 Jun-Jul 2009 Back Issue

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This issue contains in conversation with Roger Griffths, a dossier on the ECR plate Chevrolet, a look at how NASCAR compression piston rings have shrunk, a look at the Orca Magny Cours raceshop, an insight into the IES Engineering Nissan V8, focus on lubricants and surface treatments and cooling systems, a look at the BMW and Yamaha superbikes, techno topic on Markham ACS, a look at Ferrari's four.
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39 Jun-Jul 2009 This issue contains in conversation with Roger Griffths, a dossier on the ECR plate Chevrolet, a look at how NASCAR compression piston rings have shrunk, a look at the Orca Magny Cours raceshop, an insight into the IES Engineering Nissan V8, focus on lubricants and surface treatments and cooling systems, a look at the BMW and Yamaha superbikes, techno topic on Markham ACS, a look at Ferrari's four.


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This issue contains in conversation with Roger Griffths, a dossier on the ECR plate Chevrolet, a look at how NASCAR compression piston rings have shrunk, a look at the Orca Magny Cours raceshop, an insight into the IES Engineering Nissan V8, focus on lubricants and surface treatments and cooling systems, a look at the BMW and Yamaha superbikes, techno topic on Markham ACS, a look at Ferrari's four.
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Race Engine Technology has established itself, and continues to be, the communications hub of the racing powertrain world. Its incisive analysis reveals secrets of performance. Edited by Ian Bamsey and his team of the best motorsport journalists, engineers and professors, the magazine contains in depth research insights probing significant contemporary race engine projects. In addition comprehensive coverage of all new developments and revealing interviews with those central to the on-going evolution of technology.

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