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Old 07-19-2004, 05:39 PM   #1
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Turbochargers: Design and Related Parts

SUMMARY: The wise consumer makes a better purchase than the ignorant one, so if you are seriously interested in turbo performance you at least need to know the fundamentals. This article is dedicated to the turbocharger, ultimately the most powerful of all forced induction systems.

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Re: Turbochargers: Design and Related Parts

Good basic explanation of the fundimentals.
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I agree. I always was confused with the terms and this article really explained it.
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