The difference between turbo and naturally aspirated?


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2023-05-18

Turbocharged and naturally aspirated cars are different in terms of engine construction, car power and maintenance costs.

The difference between turbo and naturally aspirated?

Turbocharged and naturally aspirated cars are different in terms of engine construction, car power and maintenance costs.

The following are the specific differences between turbocharged and naturally aspirated:

1, engine construction is different. Turbocharged engines are based on traditional engines with turbocharger; naturally aspirated engines do not have turbocharger.

2, the car power is different. The same displacement of the turbocharged engine power performance than naturally aspirated engines more than 40% higher, meaning that the same engine after supercharging can output more power; that is, the vehicle in the same displacement, turbocharged engine power than naturally aspirated engines more explosive.

3, maintenance costs are different. Turbocharged engines have more power, will lead to performance decay than naturally aspirated engines faster than some of the later maintenance costs will be higher, while naturally aspirated engines without turbocharged powerful pressurization, its performance decay slower, maintenance costs are relatively low.