5 Things You Should Know When Building a Turbocharged Engine

5 Things You Should Know When Building a Turbocharged Engine
 

If you’re thinking of building a turbocharged engine, the information EricTheCarGuy provides in this video will save you a lot of headache and sorrow. It will also save you some money.

363 Cubic Inch Small Block Ford
363 Cubic Inch Small Block Ford

Eric says:

I spent almost 2 years building my turbo Ford Fairmont and I love the way it turned out. Sometimes though, I wish I had never gone for a turbo. Turbos are great, but they can be a real pain to set up properly. If you do decide that turbo is the way you want to go, I hope this video helps you on that journey.

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70mm Turbo Charger
70mm Turbo Charger

Eric talks about five (or more) considerations to be addressed when turbo charging either a fuel injected or naturally aspirated engine including:

  • Considerations when building an engine for turbocharging
  • Waste Gate
  • Boost Gauge
  • Blow-out Valve
  • Heat Management/ Heat Shield
  • Clocking the Turbo
  • and More…