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MHI Mitsubishi Turbo Wheel Sizes
A turbocharger is composed of compressor and turbine wheel coupled together by a shaft; alongside with turbine and compressor housing...
Oil Supply Pressure for Ball Bearing Turbos
To ensure proper lubrication and cooling of the turbocharger components, oil pressure supply is recommended at the following for ball...
How do I change the springs in Max GT billet actuator?
Each of the Arashi turbocharger is equipped with Max GT billet actuator. The diaphragm is enhanced for better performance and...
Compressor A/R
A turbocharger has two main sections – hot and cold. These two sections are covered by two housings, turbine housing...
Turbocharger vs. Supercharger
Both turbochargers and superchargers are forced induction devices that are used to create greater power in engines. The principle is...
What Results in Rubbed Comp Housing and Damaged Heat Shield/Shroud?
One of the most returned turbo failures we see has rubbed compressor housing and damaged heat shield/shroud. This is usually...
Installing Universal Turbo in a Turbocharged Car
Continuing our previous discussion of prepping from a naturally aspirated to a turbocharged vehicle; in this discussion we’re going to...
N54 Rear Turbo Types
If you have an BMW N54 engine and would like to upgrade your turbos, you probably know it’s got a...
Preps for Upgrading a Naturally Aspirated to a Turbocharged Car
Often times we have customers with questions like, will this turbo fit my car? Although customers usually provide us his/her...
Waterproof Billet Actuator for EVO 9 and EVO 10
Introducing specially designed billet actuator specifically for EVO 9 and EVO 10! The position of the actuator on EVO 9...
OEM Actuator vs. Billet Actuator
An actuator might seem like a minor part, but it plays a vital role in controlling the boost output of...
What are turbine housings made of?
Turbochargers have two major sections one usually referred to as the hot side and the other as the cold side....
Easiest Upgrade from Journal Bearing to Ball Bearing
 What is the most effective way of upgrading to ball bearing turbo from a journal bearing turbo? The answer is...
Single Scroll vs. Twin Scroll Turbocharger
There are different kinds of turbo configurations available on the market right now and today we’re going to focus on...
How to set actuator preload
Setting actuator preload is important as it prevents any sort of boost leaking by shutting the flap nice and tight....
O-Ring Actuator vs Diaphragm Actuator
If you’ve ever wondered about which type of actuator to choose among o-ring or diaphragm for your turbo, you’re welcome...
When is water-cooling setup necessary for a turbocharger?
If you look carefully, every turbocharger has different cooling setups by default. Usually you would see turbo with only oil-cooling...
Choosing Between IWG or EWG
Airflow is critical to a turbocharger, the amount of air flowing into the turbo is as important as the amount...
Heat Shields for TD04 Series Turbine Wheels
Turbine wheel is one of the most important parts in a turbocharger, it has various dimensions and forms, however, today...
Causes of Damaged Compressor Wheels
Although there is more than one possible cause for damaged compressor wheel, in this article we’ll be covering 3 main...
Ported Compressor Covers
A turbocharger compresses air, act as a compressor then force the compression into the cylinders of the internal combustion engine...
Preliminary Turbo Diagnose – Foreign Objects
Turbocharger is a compressor that compresses air, forcing more air into the engine’s combustion chamber to create more power. It...
Preliminary Turbo Diagnose – Boost Issues
When driving a turbocharged engine vehicle and you encounter boost issues, here are a few things that you should examine...
Turbo Shaft Play of Journal Bearing Turbos
Often times we have customers ask us about turbo shaft play, certain shaft play is totally normal on journal bearing...
Differences between cast, flank, and point milled wheel
Among the various compressor wheel options, if you find it hard to choose, let’s talk about their differences today. We...
How to choose the right sized turbine housing?
Turbine housing is one of the essential parts on a turbocharger. If you have a difficulty choosing the “right” sized...
Is a restrictor required for your turbo?
From time to time it seems like some of our customers are confused about whether a restrictor is required for...
Turbine Wheel Blade Count Variances
We’ve already covered the pros and cons of different blade counts for compressor wheels, so if you have not already...
Choosing Your Compressor Wheel
If you have a hard time deciding which compressor wheel to use on your turbo, here are some tips for...
Leading the Way Always Ahead
A turbocharger has two main sections: A turbocharger has two main sections connected by a central core; turbine is usually...
Turbocharger Gives Car Wings
Ever wonder about how a turbocharger works. Where does the extra boost come from? More and more vehicles are built...
Maintenance after Modification
Proper care and maintenance after modification is key to enjoying your turbo. Generally, turbocharged cars are prone to high temperatures....
Turbocharger 101
How Does a Turbocharger Work? Nowadays turbochargers are becoming popular among vehicles due to the extra power it produces, it...
Arashi Suzuki
Arashi Suzuki, who used to own a garage for several years before establishing Arashi Dynamics, was a leading engineer specializing...
Can I Install a Turbocharger?
Q: Can I install a #turbocharger in my vehicle? A: In general, there are two types of engines: naturally aspirated...
Subaru TD06H 20G
Storm chargers, the power you need to get your ride moving! When lockdown lifts, are you gonna be ready to...