Turbo Delay Definition

Turbo delay, it is a device to protect the turbocharged engine, the original turbocharged engine cars usually have this kind of equipment, but some retrofit turbocharged cars need to be installed separately this device. Because the exhaust gas turbine is driven by the exhaust gas from the engine to generate high speed rotation boost, the vehicle can reach tens of thousands of revolutions, if the sudden flameout may damage the turbo, and the delayed flameout device to play a high-speed rotation of the impeller slowly down to normal speed, and then flameout, thus playing a role in protecting the turbo!