A turbocharger is a device that increases the power output of an engine by compressing the air going into the engine. It is driven by exhaust gases and uses a turbine and compressor to compress the air which allows more air to be mixed with fuel and burned in the engine, creating more power.
The lifespan of a turbocharger depends on a variety of factors, including the quality of the turbocharger, the quality of the engine oil, and the driving conditions. In general, a well-maintained turbocharger can last for 100,000 miles or more.
Turbocharger problems can be prevented through regular maintenance, including oil changes, air filter replacements, and cleaning of the intake and exhaust systems. It is also important to avoid excessive heat and pressure in the engine, and to use high-quality engine oil.
When choosing a turbocharger upgrade, you should consider the size of the turbocharger, the efficiency of the compressor and turbine wheels, and the compatibility of the turbocharger with your engine and exhaust system.
CNC machining allows for precise and consistent shaping of metal components, which can improve the performance and reliability of the turbocharger. It also allows for faster and more efficient production.