Frequently Asked Questions


This refers to the mechanism that separates the air and compresses the gases; it has the same role as a reciprocating piston. The compressors' main purpose is to compress the air required in the combustion process and also to control the air flow required to increase a cylinder's capacity. This increases the engine's power and its rotation frequency (RPM or the revolutions per minute).
Turbochargers are controlled by the exhaust gases' energy flow and do not require additional energy. A compressor's advantage is given by its dissipation power that occurs early in the process; this leads to a constantly growing power. Nevertheless, the turbocharger lag only occurs at a certain speed of the engine (discharge rate). uses cookies to provide you with the best possible experience on our website. By using our site, you agree to the use of cookies.

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