Turbo charger

By putting air under pressure into the engine, the Mitsubishi turbocharger increases the volume of air in to the cylinder, the efficiency of the engine is increasing because more fuel can be burnt.
More air and more fuel results in more power. By forcing more air into the engine, a Mitsubishi turbocharger increases the efficiency of the engine.
The Mitsubishi turbo charger is divided in to two parts, the exhaust part and the inlet air part.
In the exhaust part of the turbo charger is the turbine wheel located.
Powered by the exhaust gases from the diesel engine the turbine spins at speeds of up to 300,000 rpm.
The turbine wheel is connected by a shaft to the compressor wheel, which spins at the same speed, this wheel is compressing the air into the inlet system and generates boost pressure.
The big average of a Mitsubishi turbocharger is, it increases your diesel engine power output up to 35%.
The hot exhaust combustion gases out of the cylinders drives the blades on the turbine wheel.
The higher the speed is of the exhaust gases, the faster the wheel will spin. The turbine wheel can spin up to 300.000 rpm!
This boost provided by the Mitsubishi turbocharger is around the 1,5 bar.
The turbine in the exhaust flow increases the restriction in the exhaust outlet. This means a higher back pressure and a little bit of power loss.
The high speed of the turbo shaft (300.000 rpm), makes it necessary to rotate the shaft in an oil bearing.
The oil bearing supports the shaft on a thin layer of oil which is consistently pumped under high pressure around the shaft. The oil supports the shaft with low friction and cools the shaft.