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We have designed and manufactured a huge catalogue of hybrid turbos, and this teamed with our research and development efforts and wealth of technical expertise makes us market leaders in turbocharger design and hybrid turbo technology.
Turbo Dynamics are always thinking of new ways to improve and upgrade turbochargers as well the turbo design and manufacture of brand new models.
Our extensive technical knowledge is backed up with in-house CAD facilities and a continually expanding library of technical drawings which helps us strive to being home to the largest range of Hybrid Turbos in the world and quality turbocharger designers we are today.
Turbo Dynamics manufactures turbochargers to exact design specifications – the turbos are built with absolute accuracy to their original designs.
Turbochargers are mass produced and as a result of this the clearances have a tolerance they must sit within. Blueprinting involves specialist machining to ensure all clearances are built to a lower tolerance. This means, for instance, the piston ring oil seals will fit tighter and therefore seal better, or the bearings will have less float enabling a better balance of the rotor assembly.
Blueprinting helps the turbocharger be more reliable and is a process we incorporate in every hybrid turbo we build.
To learn more about blueprinting call us today on 01202 487497 or fill in our contact form here.
At Turbo Dynamics we have full in-house 3D CAD facilities, including SolidWorks stress analysis, which means we can produce turbocharger designs in 3D and analyse the stress upon the turbo.
This particularly useful tool teamed with our extensive resource of technical drawings and wealth of technical expertise means we can offer a comprehensive turbo design service.
CAD or computer aided design and CAM, an acronym for computer aided manufacturing, creates physical models, this is helpful when TD need to check a part or component against other parts for proper fit. In order to generate the actual model, CAM works alongside CAD using CAD designs, CAM uses numerical coding to run the machine that creates the product. A CAD/CAM package allows us to develop and save our own products designs, and program our machines to create the actual component.
To learn more about CAD / CAM call us today on 01202 487497 or fill in our contact form here.
As well as designing and manufacturing a turbo for your retrofit application, Turbo Dynamics can offer a range of retrofit products and accessories for your project, including oil and water fittings, oil flanges, exhaust inlet and outlet flanges, gaskets and silicone hoses.
If you are thinking about carrying out a conversion on a naturally aspirated engine, the following modifications and specifications of the engine would need to be changed to effectively complete the retrofit:
• Fabrication of both inlet and exhaust manifolds to fit the specific application.
• Engine compression ratio to be checked and lowered where necessary, ideally this would be between 7.5:1 and 8.5:1 to allow significant boost pressure to be used. This can be achieved in two ways, machining of the standard pistons or preferably fitting of forged low compression pistons.
• Camshaft specification should also be checked to ensure that the duration and valve overlap is not too great for the application. Ideally this would be a camshaft of mild duration and overlap.
• The fuel system i.e. injectors, fuel pump pressure and mapping of the ignition system would also need to be modified for the increased requirements of the turbocharger.
To specify the correct turbocharger for a retrofit application the following considerations also need to be made: engine capacity;maximum RPM; application or usage i.e. street car/drag/race etc; projected horse power and torque requirements; boost pressure requirements; and if the engine is to be intercooled or chargecooled...
We recommend anyone considering retrofit to first source a conversion specialist (some of our Trade Customers specialise in retrofitting) to seek advice and a quote from them as retrofits can be very costly!
To learn more about retrofit turbocharger applications call us today on 01202 487497 or fill in our contact form here.