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Hello,

Trying to learn about BBC motor assembly process.

Any reccommendations for a good resource/book?
 

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There are many such books on the market. Buy at least two or three of them in order to get the full picture.
 

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IMO, you should read several books. Take in what each says and come up with your own set of questions or determinations on which things make more sense to you. There are a lot of great books out there. It’s good to have several different presentations of the same subject to get your brain working. Have fun, ask questions.
 

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Thanks everyone.

I ordered the Reher Morrison book to start.
 

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Thanks everyone.

I ordered the Reher Morrison book to start.
The Reher Morrison book is a great book, but I'd rather get my noggin's around the basics before trying to master the hi-tech stuff.

The lower tech books usually have references to factory BBC stuff so at least you get an idea what you're dealing with should you have already purchased a Motorhome engine :)
 

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Thanks everyone.

I ordered the Reher Morrison book to start.

Good choice, my crew chief likes that one a lot, and he's been building engines 30 years.
All knowledge is good knowledge.

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