by Tommy Lee Byrd
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Detroit Speeds: How to Build a Pro Touring Car will help you discover the history of Detroit Speed and how they design performance parts. Learn-to-install sections cover front subframe and rear suspension assemblies as well as upgrades to wheel tubs, brakes, fuel system, driveline, cooling system, and more; also included is an LS swap. The featured cars are customer builds as well as Detroit Speed test cars including a number of different Chevrolet products, a 1966 Mustang, and a 1969 Charger. Detroit Speed's How to Build a Pro Touring Car is an important edition to every performance enthusiast's library.
● Pro Touring Explained
Why Pro Touring?
Choose Your Poison
Who Is Detroit Speed?
● Skills, Techniques and Tools
Who Can Build a Pro Touring Car?
Where Can a Pro Touring Car Be Built?
What Tools Are Needed?
Project: Deep Tubs Installation
● Front Suspension
Subframe and Front Suspension Assembly
Bushings and Ball Joints
Springs and Shocks
Project: Subframe Assembly and Installation
● Rear Suspension
Project: QUADRALink Rear Suspension Installation
Lines, Hoses and Fittings
Project: Brake System Assembly
● Tires and Wheels
Tire Sizing and Ratings
Wheel Sizing and Construction
What Will Fit?
● Engine and Drivetrain
GM LS-Series Engine
Ford Modular Engine
Modern Hemi Engine
Making the Swap
Project: Engine Installation
● Wiring and Plumbing
Project: Wiring Harness Installation
● Pro Touring Cars
1969 Camaro: COPO Conversion
1966 Mustang: Fastback Flyer
1963 Chevy II: Size Matters
1965 Chevelle: Simplicity Wins
The Camaros: Eternal Test Cars
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