The turbo on a car is spooled by the spent exhaust fumes from the exhaust manifold. The pressure of the exhaust spins the turbine(s) which in turn spins the intake side of the turbo allow air to be forced into the air intake. On the exhaust side, a turbo has the inlet where the spent exhaust turns the turbine, and the outlet where the exhaust is expelled from the car. On the intake, there is the connection to an air filter where the air is sucked in, and the outlet where the forced air (PSI) is forced into the intake manifold into the engine. The compressed air along with added fuel by a FMU (fuel management unit) allows for added compression and power. Turbos are oil critical parts and must revive a constant supply of good quality oil or failure is inevitable.
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