Supercharged! Design, Testing And Installation Of Supercharger Systems on 2040-parts.com
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This Supercharged! Design, Testing and Installation of Supercharger 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.
These manuals are comprehensive to say the least. For full details about the contents and quality of this manual, we recommend that you research this book in detail on the publisher's site.
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BINDING: Softcover - 8 inches x 10 inches
PUBLISHER: Bentley Publishers
PAGES: 346 - includes 165 b&w photos, illustrations and diagrams
WEIGHT (pounds): 1.5
Manufacture Part Number: GSUP
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