HERE IS WHY YOUR TURBOS GET DIRTY?
Every working engine requires compressed air. The role of a turbocharger is to make your engine more efficient and more powerful. And it does this by driving more air into the combustion chamber. So, we can call a turbocharger a turbine-driven forced induction device that drives more fuel and air into the combustion chamber – much more than what the atmospheric pressure will drive. Rather than using the power from the drive shaft, the centrifugal compressor spins using the power from the kinetic energy of the exhaust gases of the engine.
Soot tends to accumulate when fuel is not adequately atomised, and this eventually leads to the blockage on the exhaust system. The resulting negative pressure on the turbocharger stops the exhaust and reduces engine power. Other primary indicators of such situation, include faulty engine starts, white exhaust smoke, turbo making more noise, and the engine using too much oil.
How to avoid the need to replace your Turbocharger? Carbon Cleaning is the solution
Cleaning a turbocharger ?
You can clean your turbocharger using one of two options – one expensive and the other relatively less expensive. Let’s look at them
One way of solving this problem is to change the part: the expensive option. How much you pay for the replacement part will depend on the brand and type of your engine. Either way, budget between £1,500 and £2,500.
This is the less expensive option, and it requires little service time, considering that, you do not have to disassemble the engine. Hydrogen treatment through the Carbon Cleaning Station can be considered as a preventative treatment. It is due after every 10,000 miles, and it can also resolve other issues affecting the engine.
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