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A turbocharger (more commonly known simply as a turbo) is a device that forces air into the engine to enhance performance.

A turbo is made up of two turbine wheels within an outer housing.

Exhaust gases exiting the engine cause one of the wheels to spin which in turn makes the second wheel spin.

This compresses the air entering the engine which allows the engine to generate more power.

Turbocharged engines are generally more fuel-efficient than non-turbo engines as they create more power with the same amount of fuel.



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