Supercharged vs. Turbocharged

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Technology

 

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Nancy B

 

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January 23, 2016

 

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University

 

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Many different things need to considered when comparing these two modifications, such as how they work their cost, fuel economy, durability, and generated horsepower. Both superchargers and turbochargers are forced induction systems and thus have the same objective - to compress air and force more air molecules into the engine's combustion chambers with more pressure than would normally be allowed at atmospheric pressure here on Earth (14...
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The benefit of forcing more air molecules into the combustion chambers is that it allows your engine to burn more fuel per power stroke. With an internal combustion engine, burning more fuel means that you convert more fuel into energy and power. For this reason, supercharged and turbocharged engines normally produce 40% to 100%+ more power (depending on the amount of boost)...
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