Book Reviews: Turbo - Real-World High-Performance Turbocharger Systems by Jay K. Millercategories: Book, Automotive, Motor Sports, Racing, Engine Tuning, Boost, Horsepower, Gas, Diesel, Cylinders, Compressor, Turbine, Bearings, Turbocharger Systems
It Is The Best BookI've read all the other books and what I have learned is that your review David is right on the money. Many blogs try to compare the different books and share opinions of which one is best. In reality they all add to the body of information. This book however, has many aspects that none of the others cover, as you have pointed out. It leaves me with the opinion that this book, which starts with how a turbo is designed to begin with, is the first book anyone interested in turbos should read. I've noticed that many self-proclaimed "turbo gurus", end up saying that once they read this book they realized how much they didn't know about the turbo itself.
Best Turbo BookThis book covers turbo information not found in other books, like details of the internals, how to consider making your own system, how to rebuild and even failure analysis. This book supplements turbo knowledge obtained from any other book on the market. It even has interesting history covered in just a few pages that other titles take pages and pages to review. I enjoyed the writing style immensely. I would recommend it to anyone wanting to learn more about turbos.
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