exactly. its not extremely detailed and it gives a nice simple "laymens terms" idea.cHoPs said:there are different types of setups for turbo kits, but that schematic gives you the "general" idea on how it would work.
there are many types of turbo systems...off the top of my head:pete? said:if you have a turbo feeding into a turbo that is called duel charging and should only be used by the pro's because its extremely easy to blow up an engine.
i believe this is correct. any one else care to elaborate?
You can also put it in the piping between the intercooler and the engine. Doesn't matter where it is, as long as the air is metered before it enters the combustion chamber, so the ECU knows how much fuel to let the injectors spray. A Blow-Through MAF system does not require the Blow Off Valve to be recirculated, like a Draw Through system would. Unless of course you want to blow clouds of black smoke during a shift.......pete? said:it would be on the same pipe as the air intake (MAF is the device used to measure air intake)
^ didnt even think of that. i just hosted it on my photo bucket so the ebay people wouldnt delete it and then i have a pretty useful thread with the pic being a :redx: lol.psuLemon said:im pretty sure that pictures is from howstuffworks.com but its a good generalization
I must desagree... the maf must, go in the filter, before the turbo, and never inside the system pressure.Zen31ZR said:You can also put it in the piping between the intercooler and the engine. Doesn't matter where it is, as long as the air is metered before it enters the combustion chamber, so the ECU knows how much fuel to let the injectors spray.