A faulty turbo is indicated by pure black smoke when engine revs are above idling revs and it can also be shown by poor machine performance.
yes it comes with IHI VL7 Turbocharger (Stock)
because it's only a 1.3 and because it's a turbo. look up turbo lag.
put on a turbo
The Fiat Punto car has different size ranges. Ranging from 1.1 petrol to 1.2 8V. Also 1.2 16V, 1.3 diesel turbo 1.416V, 1.4 turbo, 1.8 hgt,1.9 diesel turbo, and 1.9 multijet. There are also more sizes.
The ECU is located under the Scuttle panel at the base of the windscreen
it cools the air compressed by the turbo from the turbo to the intake for better performance and maximum horsepower
easy your yurbo oil seals are gone. white smoke is the turbo smoking. take out the turbo and check the blades for worn or movement. if ok buy a turbo rebuild kit from eBay and get a specialist to do it.
Trask performance makes turbo kits for Harley's, can be seen on link below.
Most of them probably are. Like the porshe cayenne turbo is faster than the ordinary cayenne
It depends on the specific car. Some will be undriveable without the turbo, but in any case it will be severely out of tune. With the turbo missing you can expect, at best, reduced performance, reduced fuel economy, and increased emissions.
Mazda 323 swap? built for a turbo
When it comes to performance, yes.
The twin scroll turbo chargers take less time to spool and it reacts faster instead of a single scroll turbo. Plus, it packs a bigger turbo boost to the engine u applied it to instead of a normal turbo.
if the turbo is the factory equipped turbo and not an aftermarket/performance turbo, your wastegate solenoid may be malfunctioning or you may have a vacuum leak somewhere. Your turbo's wastegate actuator is run off vacuum, and it controls boost. If the actuator never actuates, the turbo will make way too much boost.If it is a performance/upgrade turbo, surge is caused by poor turbocharger design. You have to send the turbo to a turbo shop to fix the surge firstname.lastname@example.org
Could be valve guides and seals clean crankcase breather .poss. backpresure
Yes, look up ZZP performance!
The 2013 Ford Focus ST uses a 2.0 L turbo that was designed for sustained, high-output performance. It is a factory-overclocked turbocharger.
91 Octane rating always with the turbo. The price difference is nominal compared to performance. The higher octane also ignites at a lower temperature, ensuring better ignition and better performance. Love that turbo - mine is a MKIV.
usuall engines are as follows, there are more; 1.1 1.2 8v 1.2 16v 1.4 16v 1.4 turbo 1.8 hgt 1.9 multijet
yes but you will need to reprogram your computer for optimum performance any performance shop can do this for you it is cheaper than buying a reprogrammer yourself
Yes you can, however it is only a minimal difference in performance and is very costly! I used to own a non turbo 1984 2+2, and it was a less than 10% add'l horsepower.