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    1. n00b Taraxo's Avatar
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      04-15-2015 10:43 AM #1
      Hi,

      I'm looking for some input on any good books that you may know of where I can learn a little on suspension enginnering etc. Any help is appreciated.

      Thanks!

      Tara.

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      04-23-2015 12:34 PM #2
      Race Car Engineering and Mechanics - Van Valkenburgh

      Old, but it turns out physics didn't change yet.

      Mine is the original 1976 edition.
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      04-24-2015 10:25 AM #3
      Quote Originally Posted by chois View Post
      Race Car Engineering and Mechanics - Van Valkenburgh

      Old, but it turns out physics didn't change yet.

      Mine is the original 1976 edition.
      Physics is boring like that.

      Funny that the most well-regarded and popular tuning books look dated, but the info isn't.

      Other popular ones are Engineer in your Pocket and Tune to Win by Carroll Smith, and I remember How To Make Your Car Handle by Fred Puhn being popular, too.


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      05-07-2015 11:53 AM #4
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    7. 06-01-2015 05:29 AM #5
      I'm looking for some input on any good books that you may know of where I can learn a little on suspension enginnering etc. Any help is appreciated.

      Thanks!

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