Chevy Duramax 6.6L Turbocharger
The Duramax is a General Motors diesel engine family for trucks, which features a turbocharged engine. In case you’re wondering where to buy a turbocharger for Chevy Duramax, look no further: here at Taylor Diesel we offer a rebuilt stock turbocharger that fits the 2001-2003 Chevy Duramax 6.6 L pickup. But why are we such a good choice for you when you are looking for a stock turbo for Chevy Duramax pickup? For starters, we’re a Borg Warner Master Distributor (Borg Warner manufactures the stock turbochargers that are included from the factory in Chevy Duramax diesels). Secondly, the turbochargers that we offer are made in America.
The Chevy turbochargers that we offer are also unique because their parts are tested on OEM qualified test benches. All the turbocharger parts are tested / calibrated on original engine manufacturer qualified testing equipment. This comes with five major benefits. It means you have access to high quality and durable turbochargers for prolonged use at high performance.
The fact that these products are OEM-qualified also means that you’ll have access to highly available support for the product. In addition to having emergency parts in-house, our customers can access any of our local branches spread across 4 states for support, if need be. We’re also accessible online through our website, email and even reachable through telephone calls.
Furthermore, our products are a good investment because they perform to factory specifications. This means that the products we install have increased lifetime for longer use. As a result of this, the product reduces down times of your auto and saves you money in long-term.
Why Trust Taylor Diesel?
We are fully committed to provide you with the best Borg Warner 6.6L Duramax Turbocharger in the market. We have been to O.E. Certified training on turbochargers, so we know what we are dealing with and are able to give you the most expert assistance for your Chevy Duramax. We have been on this business as Taylor Diesel Group since 1945, when Glenn Taylor founded Taylor Diesel in North Little Rock, Arkansas. Now we enjoy having 8 different locations in 4 states.
For buying a stock turbo for Chevy Duramax pickup, visit the Taylor Diesel website for online purchases. We also offer injector system products, which you can find in here. Get in touch with us to find out the cost to replace your Chevy Duramax 6.6L Turbocharger.
Buy a Chevy Duramax 6.6L Turbocharger today on the official Taylor Diesel website.
You can also call Taylor Diesel on this number (888) 888-4717 if you have any question or if you need any assistance regarding your Chevy Duramax Turbocharger.
A turbocharger is a supercharging system that uses a centrifugal turbine for starting a centrifugal compressor in order to compress gases. It increases the efficiency of an engine’s internal combustion and power output by forcing some extra air into the combustion chamber. This represents an improvement over naturally aspirated engines because a compressor is capable of adding more air (and proportionate more fuel) than atmospheric pressure into the combustion chamber. Turbochargers are usually used on alternative internal combustion engines, mostly on diesel engines. The reason they are mostly used on diesel engines is that before turbochargers this kind of engine was, besides heavy, expensive and noisy, not very powerful compared to gasoline engines. With the help of a turbocharger, their power increased by almost 30%.
Turbochargers were first used for airplanes: due to 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 engines. Turbochargers began to be first used for automobiles during the 60’s.
One of the main advantages of Turbochargers is that in some countries the tax charge on automobiles depends on the amount of cylinders of the engine. Since an engine with a turbocharger has more power output for a certain amount of cylinders, a car model with turbocharger pays less taxes than a no-turbocharger model of the same power.
Approximately 40% of current automobiles have a turbo engine, and the tendency is that this percentage will continue growing.
Those who are fortunate to own a vehicle that has turbochargers will ask the question whether or not they need more than the ordinary service. The answer us “Yes”.
Fortunately, most of the maintenance tasks that need to be done on a turbocharged engine are simple and can be quickly done by an expert or maybe you can even do it yourself. Changing the air filter on a regular basis is one of the most simple but important things that you should do: it keep debris from causing problems with the turbochargers. It is also of utmost importance to double check the new air filter so that there is no way of tiny particles getting past through it and into the turbocharger. An OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) fuel filter is highly recommended for preventing any damage.
In most cases, the severity of the damage on a turbocharger can be significantly reduced by developing an inspection routine during the usual maintenance of your vehicle. One of the main things that creates stress to your turbocharger is just starting the car’s engine. Lots of things are happening 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. During the engine start, there is a very short delay until the oil that is being pumped from the engine’s oil pan gets to the turbocharger. During that short period, the turbocharger spins much faster than the engine. Since the oil is the only lubricant for the turbocharger, it is important to ensure a quick delivery to prevent damage on the turbocharger’s bearings.
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