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This Maximum Boost: Designing, Testing and Installing Turbocharging Systems is published by Bentley Publishers.

 

A Bentley service and repair manual is probably the highest quality source of DI service and repair information for your motor vehicle available. Bentley Publishers have been helping do-it-yourself mechanics since 1950. Even if you do not plan to ever perform repairs on your car, this manual will help you communicate to the person who does - and save you money in the end.

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ISBN-13: 978-0-8376-0160-1
BINDING: Paperback - 8 x 10.5 inches
PUBLISHER: Bentley Publishers
PAGES: 250 - 302 b&w photographs and illustrations
WEIGHT (pounds): 2

Manufacture Part Number: GTUR

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