Twin turbo and single turbo advantages and disadvantages


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2023-05-18

Twin turbo has two disadvantages, one is the cost increase, and the other is the increase in fuel consumption.

Twin turbo has two disadvantages, one is the cost increase, and the other is the increase in fuel consumption.

The cost increases, the car will naturally increase the selling price. This is also the reason why ordinary family cars do not use twin turbocharging. As for the problem of increased fuel consumption, people can already afford to buy a twin-turbo car, so there is no shortage of this oil. Twin turbo is also one of the ways of turbocharging. Simple understanding is: ordinary turbochargers have only one turbo, while twin turbochargers have two turbos. The main purpose of twin turbos is to improve the turbo response time. Single turbo will have turbo delay, and twin turbo can solve the problem of turbo delay very well. Twin turbos can be roughly divided into two forms, one is parallel and the other is in series. Parallel connection is: one cylinder, one on the left, one on the right, each responsible for half of the cylinder. Tandem means: one large and one small.