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Auto Business News-October 9, 2018--PurePower Technologies to launch remanufactured GM 6.6L diesel turbo at AAPEX 2018
Back in 1997, the red 993 turbo in the accompanying photos absolutely annihilated a Ferrari 348 in straight-line acceleration.
Otherwise, turbos do wear out and lubrication lines get plugged with coked oil--the result of the heat and speed at which the wheels are turning.
RAY: Unlike those devices, today's turbos are very reliable, partly because we have a lot more experience in designing them, but also because today's motor oils do a far superior job of keeping them cooled and lubricated.
The Veloster Turbo SE emits 157g/km CO2 and is claimed to give up to 40.9mpg on the combined cycle.
3 -- Honeywell Turbo Technologies, the global leader in automotive turbocharger development, will showcase an industry first turbocharger application for micro diesel engines as well as its expanded portfolio of turbochargers featuring global technologies not previously offered in India at the 11th Auto Expo 2012 in January.
Despite the rise in petrol cars with turbos, diesel cars still account for more than 85% of all turbo failures handled by the company.
THE iconic Porsche 911 Turbo is back in business, packing an even bigger punch than it ever has before.
THE iconic Porsche 911 Turbo is back in business, packing a bigger punch than ever before.
They were just launching the first Impreza turbo - the iconic Turbo 2000.
Oddly, unlike the standard 911, the turbo retains the four-speed gearbox because the five-speed unit is unable to cope with the added stress from all that extra power.
The first UK-market Saab 99 Turbos were only available in black as 3-door Combi-Coups.