Turbo Technical Area
Here we explain some generic definitions and terms (also referred to as 'Turbo Talk'), and offer some useful turbocharger facts and information. There is a lot of helpful information in this section which advises how to diagnose turbo problems and explains common wastegate actuator faults.
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In the 1980s most of the worlds Formula One teams turbocharged their race cars for one reason: more power from a smaller engine size and weight.
Simply, a turbocharger is a kind of air pump taking air at ambient pressures compressing to a higher pressure and passing the air into the engine via the inlet valves.
Honeywell Turbo Technologies introduced a Non-Repair Policy for their Garrett VNT turbochargers in 2004. Garrett VNT units are fitted with an Eprom chip.
An analysis of turbocharger a removed from service indicates that approximately 40% of all the troubles are due to foreign materials being used.
Hybrid Turbochargers are simply turbos that are non-standard. They can combine parts from different turbochargers and manufacturers.
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The turbo is one of the most misunderstood products in the automotive industry. If a vehicle starts to emit smoke the turbo will usually get the blame.
Experts agree that turbo technology offers one of the most cost-effective routes to achieving desired results. Turbos recycle wasted energy.
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