Here we answer some of your frequently asked technical questions as well as useful turbocharger facts. There is info which advises how to diagnose turbo problems and explains common wastegate actuator faults.
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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.
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.
It is a common misconception that fitting a turbocharger is as easy as bolting one on. If your considering turbocharging your aspirated car this info will benefit you.
The VNT stands for Variable Nozzle Turbine, which means that the internal technology of the turbocharger uses variable vanes to control the exhaust flow against the turbine blades.
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An analysis of turbocharger a removed from service indicates that approximately 40% of all the troubles are due to foreign materials being used.
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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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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.