Hyundai Turbocharger Parts
Your turbocharged Hyundai has given your Hyundai increased horsepower and better fuel economy. It is an important part of your car that you do not really maintain as well as you should. Because of this your Hyundai turbocharger has failed and now you need a new turbocharger. You know it failed because of your lack of maintenance but don’t know exactly what you did wrong. So let’s discuss what a Hyundai turbocharger does and what its components are.
Hyundai turbochargers are forced induction devices that make use of exhaust gas to rotate a turbine by increasing the internal combustion engines efficiency and power output by forcing extra air into the combustion chamber. The Hyundai turbo has three main components: these are the turbine, compressor and the center housing/hub rotation assembly (CHRA).
The turbine in a Hyundai turbocharger converts enthalpy and kinetic energy from the gas in order to provide energy to power the turbine. The turbine housing directs the flow of gas through the turbine as it spins. It can reach speeds up to 250,000 rpm. The turbine and impeller wheel sizes can determine how much air or exhaust can flow through the system and the relative efficiency at which it can operate. As a general rule, the larger the turbine wheel and compressor wheel the larger the flow capacity will be. Since small and large turbochargers spin differently there are different kinds of turbines available. These are usually twin-turbochargers, twin-scroll turbochargers and variable-geometry turbochargers.
The compressor in the Hyundai turbocharger increases the mass of intake air that is entering the combustion chamber. The compressor is composed of the impeller, diffuser and volute housing. There is also a ported shroud. This is a performance enhancement, which allows the air to bleed from a ring, holes or circular groove around the compressor at a slightly downstream point of the compressor inlet. This enhancement allows the compressor to operate at lower flows by forcing a simulation of the impeller stall to occur continuously. This escape of air at this spot allows the onset of surge and widens the operating range. The center hub rotating assembly (CHRA) houses the shaft that connects the compressor impeller and the turbine. It also needs to contain the bearing system to suspend the shaft and allow it to rotate at a very high speed with a small amount of friction. The CHRA has an entry and exit point for engine coolant.
As you can see all the components in your Hyundai turbocharger are important to give you the most power and efficiency. So since your turbocharger Hyundai is broken, it is important that you get it fixed right away so you can get your Hyundai up and running again. We have all kinds of Hyundai replacement turbochargers for your needs. You want a high-quality Hyundai and we are here to provide you with one at a low price. All of our Hyundai turbochargers are guaranteed to fit, come with a one-year warranty and have free shipping.