Interesting video show casing what a turbocharger can put down in terms of air flow.
There are often physical constraints that limit how much displacement a motor may have when it comes improving performance of a vehicle, and a couple of these alterations like functionality as well as camshafts idle may increase power, but at the same time they also reduce the efficiency of the vehicle for emissions and reliability, poor fuel economics, and excessive emissions. All OEM vehicle manufacturers have rules and regulations in which they have to abide the best and most cost efficient way to drastically increase power while keeping drivability is with a forced induction setup, whether this is done through a supercharger or a turbocharger you are basically compressing air and forcing it into the combustion chamber. Look around now and you’ll see all types of sports cars that are using this technology, vehicles that have 4 cylinder motors with half the displacement power of a V8 or V10 motor are competing. Diesel trucks as well as propane have been using forced induction setups for as long they have been around, Currently they have been looked past using a conventional gasoline motor they have been turning up on regular gasoline powered SUVs and sedans since they let their little 4 cylinder engines to make the power of a much larger naturally aspirated V6 engine, while retaining the smaller engine’s fuel economy.
Whether you have a normally aspirated motor and need in on the amplified fun, or if you wish to upgrade your OE boosted engine, you came to the right spot. Turbocharger kits for gasoline and diesel engines contain the turbo, wastegate, pipes, air intake, injectors, and all required hoses, fittings and equipment. Our kits have been carefully designed by brands which specialize in forced induction apparatus to deliver the increased power you need without putting excessive load your engine.