What is turbocharging?


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2023-05-18

Turbo is short for Turbo, which works by using the inertial impulse of the exhaust gas from the engine to push the turbine inside the turbine chamber, which in turn drives the coaxial impeller, forcing more air into the intake manifold by rotating at high speed, thus increasing the efficiency of the engine's combustion and work.

Turbo is short for Turbo, which works by using the inertial impulse of the exhaust gas from the engine to push the turbine inside the turbine chamber, which in turn drives the coaxial impeller, forcing more air into the intake manifold by rotating at high speed, thus increasing the efficiency of the engine's combustion and work.
The main function of turbocharging is to increase the air intake of the engine, thus increasing the power and torque of the engine and making the car more energetic. The maximum power of an engine with a turbocharger can be increased by 40% or more than without a turbocharger. This means that the same engine can produce more power when supercharged. The other side of the coin is improved fuel economy and reduced exhaust emissions.