A Ball Bearing Conversion improves response of the turbocharger and makes it more reliable. This is done by replacing the traditional thrust bearing and journal bearing assembly with a dual ball bearing cartridge assembly. The dual ball bearing cartridge has significantly less frictional drag, which will improve the response and power for output.
Turbo porting is something many dont think about when upgrading turbos but should. Most turbo housings have restrictive and rough cast housing. By porting and polishing you can gain a large amount if flow, especially on the turbine inlet and through the wastegates.
If you're doing a turbo upgrade, I highly suggest asking if you can have the turbos ported. Very small price for and increase in power, spool, wastegate control and egts.
Ball bearing carriers assure smooth traversing function, even with heavy draperies. Can be used with
pleated draperies that have pin hooks or add the optional stainless steel hooks for grommet curtains.
Installers occasionally have queries concerning apparent differences in piston ring gaps from those recommended in engine manufacturers’ literature. The main fear of the engine builder stems from the thought that gas and oil may pass through the gap and therefore the gap must be as small as possible to prevent blow-by and oil consumption. However, a slight variation is not as hazardous as it might seem.
The Ceramic Pro range is formulated by a qualified chemist with a high level of experience in the industrial protective coating field. Ceramic Pro has been specifically formulated for Automotive substrates and is always undergoing extensive testing for new and improved versions to take the coating industry to new levels.
An orifice or flow restrictor is a key component frequently found in air, gas and fluid flow control applications. At its simplest, it is a precision hole drilled through an otherwise solid surface that would block a flow stream.