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Your Turbocharged Mazda gives you the speed and power you want while at the same time saving you money on gas. The thing is you drive your Mazda a lot and at times you are in a hurry when getting from place to place. Since you are so busy you aren’t the best at keeping up with the required maintenance your Mazda needs. Unfortunately, this is now a problem for you because your mechanic has told you that you need a new Mazda turbocharger. In this article we will take a look at how turbochargers work and what kind of replacement options you have available for your Mazda.

A Mazda turbocharger is a forced induction device that increases the power that is produced by an engine through the use of exhaust air. Since the amount of air is increased and the appropriate amount of fuel is sent into the combustion chambers, turbochargers allow a system to be more powerful as well as efficient. The exhaust gas that a Mazda turbocharger has is used to rotate the turbine. With this rotation the turbine pressurizes the compressor and allows for the intake of air for combustion. This increases fuel and spark by matching higher amounts of air, which generates more power.

The different types of turbocharger are a twin-turbo or bi-turbo, twin-scroll and a variable-nozzle. In a twin-turbo Mazda turbocharger there are two separate turbochargers operating in either a sequence or parallel. In the sequential one turbocharger runs at low speeds and the second one turns on at the predetermined speed or load. While in the parallel turbochargers both turbochargers are supplied with one-half of the engine’s exhaust. Twin-scroll Mazda turbochargers have two exhaust inlets and two nozzles. The smaller one is angled for quick response while the larger one is angled for peak performance. Lastly, a variable-nozzle Mazda turbocharger will use movable vanes to adjust the airflow to the turbine.

Your Mazda most likely has one of the above named turbochargers installed because these are smaller and still give you the same amount of power of a bigger car with a bigger engine. They also have a more instant response making them perfect for highway and city driving. Larger turbochargers are more commonly used when you need them for conditions that require extremely high speeds such as when racing cars. It is important that when you are looking at Mazda replacement turbochargers you make sure to get the appropriate turbocharger needed. You need the correct type of Mazda turbocharger because you have to make sure it fits the intake and exhaust manifolds that are already in your Mazda as well as the wastegate, blow off valve and intercooler.

Now that you know you will need a smaller Mazda turbocharger make sure to contact us for all your turbocharger needs. We have an ample supply of Mazda replacement turbochargers for you to choose from at low prices. All of our turbochargers are guaranteed to fit and come with a one-year warranty. So contact us today so we can get you on your way with your Mazda turbocharger and you can get back on the road!