” TUNING FOR STEED,” by P. E. Ming. (Temple Press, Ltd., 202 pages, fel. vet.) The title of this hook is self explanatory and the fact that Phil trying is wanted among the-select dozen or so of the Motor-cycle world who know how to produce real power is sufficient to recommend this hook to anyone who desires to do some tuning. Whether car or motor-cycle is the means for going fast this book cannot he bettered for providing those words of wisdom that only come naturally to such tuning WiZaylis as Irving. A great point of this book is that It is not only written by a No. 8 hat type hut also.a practical man who takes into amnia that the average man may not have the best equipment. Consequently, Irving tell& us lam* to make Our Motet’s go fast with average equipment and intelligence and he leaves out all unnecessary theory and slide rule work and gets town to hard facts that are
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