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Why after an hour turbo hot?


at hot temps turbo can reach over 1000 deg that takes time to cool off. thats why turbo cars use a special high temp motor oil that can take the heat over and over again. oil keeps turbo cool and lubes turbo bearings.

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I bought a T/3 T4 T3 turbo charger 2.25" 4 bolt exhaust .48at turbo Charger 42ar oil cooled only for an 04 maxima and I'm wondering what accessories am I gonna need piping and intercooler wise and turbo...


Turbo manifold, blow off valve, waste gate, intercooler, turbo timer, piggyback or standalone ECU, most likely an all new exhaust system, new intake, filter. An oil cooler may be needed, as those turbo chargers are most likely cooled and lubricated by the oil in the engine, needing to be piped through the turbo itself.

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if it is black or blue smoke more than likely its your trubo you should always let the car run 2 or so minuets before shutting it off to let the turbo cool or you can ruin them this would be my best guess

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I have a 91 Holden rodeo with the isuzu 2.8 TD lump in it. which is drawing oil up through the compressor and subsequently through the turbo giving me plenty of interestingly coloured clouds following me...


The turbo is in need of an overhaul/replacement. The problem is that people do not let turbo charged engines idle for at least 5 minutes before turning them off. The engine oil is coolant for a turbo much like antifreeze is to an engine. Exhaust temperatures reach up to 1700 degrees F and if the turbo is not cooled down, it will cook the seal that keeps oil from entering the engine. Have a shop that is experienced with replacing turbos do the job and it will cost quite a bit. Always cool down your trubo and it will last lots longer.

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Turbo maintenance


If you let the car idle when you stop driving it gives the car time to recirulate fresh oil through turbo bearing , since the turbo gets extremely hot from the exhaust side (and spins at very high speeds) you really should also run full synthetic oil on turbo cars to extend turbo life.regular motor oil tends to burn and carbon up in turbo bearing and causes premature turbo failure .

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that is not a probelem it is the fuel system warming the engine and turbo
you should always warm up a turbo car before jumping in and taking off and cool the engine before shuting it off turbos are the most temprelental engine part there is. those steps will prolong the life of the turbo and engine. my starion with the g54b 2.6 does the same thing

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Vw passat intercooler


An intercooler is for the turbo. TDI stands for Turbo Diesel Injection.

Turbos take the exhaust from the motor and re-routes it back through the intercooler, which helps cool the exhaust and then uses it to help spin up the turbo and produce more horse power.

Intercooler is used to "cool" the exhaust being piped back into the motor while using the turbo.

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Your turbo may be both oil- and water-cooled. If that's the case, you may have a leak at one of the coolant hoses going either to or from the turbo. Important to get it looked into soon - a turbo designed for water and oil cooling, but possibly not getting all the water cooling it's set up for - is probably going to have problems before too long. Turbos spin so fast and get so hot that you don't want to have any compromises in your system.

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