Here is a small collection of automotive engineering related books. Example: Gas Turbing Combustion, Advanced Air and Noise Pollution Control, Automotive Air Conditioning and Climate Control Systems, Automotive Computer Controlled Systems.
If you're doing sheet metal work on motorcycles, there are a number of specialized tools to choose from. Some tools (like hammers and welders) are essential, while others (like English Wheels and Plasma cutters) can speed the work, but are not absolutely necessary. In this article you will see how Ron Covell goes through the process of making a chopper-style gas tank with an unusual embossed design, and you'll see which tools he selects for his style of working.
If you are looking for the clearest, fastest, and most effective way to improve your riding, whether you are a weekend rider or a regular at the racetrack, you'll find it in the Twist of the Wrist II DVD. This film provides straight-to-the-point information on how to make your motorcycle work with you, not against you. Training concepts are explained and demonstrated clearly, using spectacular high-definition footage, computer generated graphics, and on board cameras.
This DVD puts you on the bike with eight different, exciting camera positions. With nearly 400 action shots, not only on the bike but also from trackside and high above the rider, you see correct and incorrect riding. Drawings, diagrams and computer animations and demonstrations bring your visualization of riding into a crystal clear understanding of cornering and braking. No one has taken more time and care in developing the cornering arts than California Superbike School Director Keith Code.