- Written By Expert Auto Writer Tommy Lee Byrd & Owner Of Detroit Speed Kyle Tucker
- 144 Pages, 441 Color Photos And Charts
- Soft Bound, 8.5" x 11"
- Unique Look Behind The Scenes Of A Prominent Shop
- Covers Design And Build History As Well As Tech-Sequences To Help You Do It Yourself
- Detroit Speed Is An Industry Leader In The Pro Touring World
- Made In The USA
- ISBN - 978-1-61325-137-9
Trends in automotive modification come and go; some are outlandish, some are practical. Currently, the trend is Pro Touring. While it's expensive, it definitely leans toward the practical. It was originally a name used for GM cars, but "Pro Touring" has come to mean a style for all cars from many years. It is essentially the art of adding modern technology to aged designs to create cars that start, stop, drive, handle, and behave like modern performance cars. You can do this in many ways and choose from many suppliers. Detroit Speed is at the forefront of the Pro Touring movement. The company is in a unique position to design and manufacture parts; they also build cars and test the parts for their effectiveness on the street and track. Kyle and Stacy Tucker have used their considerable engineering skill and marketing savvy to create a unique company that leads the Pro Touring movement. You will 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.
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