Turbos Are Integral To Diesel powered Engines
Because diesel burns up at such a high heat, additional air flow is often needed to compensate for the improved heat levels. One way to supply the motor with the increased airflow is by using the turbocharger. By taking advantage of the required airflow, you can increase the power even more. Turbochargers typically make a distinct whizzing noise when spooling and vehicles typically have one but can have 2, three, and more if needed. Maintaining your turbo in proper form is crucial because a turbo that failures could cause an internal problem in the motor. Below are some simple modifications plus maintenance tips for turbos when working with Duramax diesel engines.