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Aftermarket 2001 Chevy Duramax 6.6l Turbocharger

Here at Taylor Diesel, we offer an aftermarket 2001 Chevy Duramax 6.6L Turbocharger that comes with an exceptional service and performance. The turbochargers we offer are made in America.

Why do you think we are the right choice? Taylor Diesel Group manufactures the stock turbochargers that are inclusive from the factory in Chevy Duramax Diesel itself. Duramax is a general motor diesel engine family for trucks that comes with a turbocharged engine.

All of our turbocharger parts are standardized based on the OEM or famously known as Original Engine Manufacturer qualified testing equipment. This only means that you have access to durable and quality turbochargers at high performance even for an extended use.

01-04.5 DURAMAX 6.6L TURBO (LB7)$1,330.00

Replacement And Remanufactured 2001 Chevy Diesel Turbocharger

Aside from the fact that our products are OEM – qualified which also means that you will have access to highly available support for our products, we also have emergency parts in-house where our customers can access any of our branches which spread across different states for support if needed.

Replacement 2001 Chevy Diesel Turbochargers are even made available only here at Taylor Diesel. The Chevy turbochargers that we offer are also distinctive because the parts we have in stock are tested thoroughly on OEM qualified test benches.

Our products are a good investment even in remanufactured 2001 Chevy Duramax Turbochargers. We make sure that the boost and enhancement it gives will definitely make a difference on your trucks.

In addition, the 2001 Chevy Duramax 6.6L Remanufactured Turbochargers are also made available at a very reasonable cost. Our parts and gadgets we install have also an increased lifetime for prolonged usage. Because of this, the product decreases down times of your vehicle and saves you money in the long run.

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Periodic Maintenance Of Turbochargers

In most cases, the severity of the damage on a turbocharger can be significantly decreased by developing an inspection routine during the usual maintenance of your automobile. One of the main things that produce stress to your turbocharger is just by starting the car engine.

There are a lot of things that happens within just a few seconds when your car is starting, with one of the most significant of them being the oil flow that comes from the oil pump and into the turbocharger.

When your engine starts, there is a very short delay until the oil that is being pumped from the engine’s oil pan gets to the turbocharger. In that short period, the turbocharger spins much faster than the engine. Since the oil is the only grease for the turbocharger, it is essential to ensure a quick delivery to prevent damage to the turbocharger’s bearings.

Here are few of the things you can do:

  • Double check the new air filter so that tiny particles have no chance of getting through it and into the turbocharger
  • Change the air filter n a regular basis

Importance Of Turbochargers

Turbochargers are first used for vehicles and automobiles during the 60’s. They increase the efficiency of an engine’s internal combustion and power output by forcing some extra air into the ignition chamber. It is a charging system that uses centrifugal turbine for starting the compressor in order to compress gasses. This denotes an enhancement over naturally extracted engines because a compressor is capable of accumulating more air than atmospheric pressure into the ignition chamber.

With the aid of turbochargers, the power is increased by nearly 30%. Turbochargers were first used for airplanes because of the high altitude, they started to lose power, and needed this kind of device for forcing the introduction of air with more pressure to the machines.

These are usually used on alternative internal ignition engines, mostly on diesel engines. Before turbochargers, these types of engines besides being heavy were expensive, noisy and not very powerful compared to gasoline engines the reason why turbochargers are mostly used on diesel engines.

The percentage of current automobiles and vehicles with no turbo engine is about 40% and there is a tendency that this rate will continue to grow.

For buying the stocks or parts you need, you can access Taylor Diesel’s online website. We are also reachable through emails and telephone calls.

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