• The A/R Ratio: A Key Factor in Turbocharger Performance

    The A/R ratio is a critical design parameter for turbochargers. It refers to the relationship between the cross-sectional area of the turbine and compressor housings and their distance from the centerline of the turbocharger's shaft. Choosing the right A/R ratio is essential to achieving the desired engine performance, as it affects the turbocharger's response time and efficiency of operation.
  • How Variable Geometry Turbochargers (VGT) Work

    VGT turbochargers are an important technology used in modern diesel engines. They provide several benefits, including reduced turbo lag, improved fuel efficiency, increased power output, and reduced emissions. By adjusting the angle of the turbine vanes, VGT turbochargers can control the speed and pressure of the exhaust gas flow, which helps to reduce turbo lag and provide boost at lower engine speeds. If you're in the market for a diesel-powered vehicle, consider one equipped with a VGT turbocharger for improved performance and efficiency. If your in need of a replacement VGT Turbocharger, Turbo Bits have a large range of quality replacement VGT Turbochargers in stock.
  • High Flow Turbochargers

    "High-flow turbochargers are a popular choice among car enthusiasts who want to increase the power output of their engines without expensive engine modifications. These turbochargers are designed to deliver a larger volume of air to the engine, resulting in higher horsepower and torque. However, high-flow turbochargers also require a larger amount of exhaust gas to operate at peak efficiency, making them suitable for high-performance engines that generate a lot of exhaust gas. In this blog post, we'll take a closer look at high-flow turbochargers, how they work, and why they're a powerful tool for boosting engine performance. We'll also introduce you to our Stage 3 turbochargers, designed to deliver maximum performance and reliability for your high-performance engine."