How many years is the typical lifespan of a turbo?


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2023-05-18

The life span of a turbocharger is generally 20 years or more. The main function of a turbocharger is to increase the air intake, output and torque of the engine using a turbocharger.

The life span of a turbocharger is generally 20 years or more. The main function of a turbocharger is to increase the air intake, output and torque of the engine using a turbocharger.

Introduction of turbocharged engines:

1, turbocharged engine is an engine equipped with a turbocharger, turbocharger is a kind of air compressor, by actually compressing the air to increase the air intake.

2, using the inertial force of the exhaust gas from the engine to drive the turbine inside the turbine chamber, the turbine drives the coaxial impeller to pressurize the air delivered by the air filter line to the cylinder;

3、As the engine speed accelerates, the exhaust gas discharge speed and turbine speed also accelerate simultaneously, the impeller can compress more air into the cylinder, and the air pressure and density increase to burn more fuel.

The output of the engine can be increased by increasing the amount of fuel and adjusting the engine speed accordingly.