Turbocharger install / Remove
We are Professionals who appreciate the quality of the services we offer, we repair all brands and models of turbochargers, and our auto-center can be dismantled and fully assembled.
We offer a complete service on the turbines of your car, which appears in:
cleaning the turbine
building projects for turbines for power projects
manufacture of hybrid turbochargers
cleaning of variable geometry turbochargers - the known problem with stained geometry and lack of pressure or inability to unload the pressure, "overdrawn".
We, from Genetic Motorsport, work with the industry leaders in the spare parts and repair kits, mid-range CHRAs and new turbochargers - this gives 100% confidence for a successful turbocharger repair / recycling for both us and our customers!
Genetic Motorsport offers repair of Garrett, Holset, Schwitzer, KKK, Mitsubishi, IHI, Toyota, Hitachi and others. types of turbochargers.
All turbochargers are undergoing full inspection and inspection, as well as cleaning of the parts until the complete elimination of all traps and dirt that could affect the turbocharger inspection and repair
Here are some necessary measures and recommendations for the turbocharger installation to go without the following problems:
Checks required prior to installation of the turbocharger :
1. Check the oil pipeline (oil highway).
Remove the pipeline, drain the oil contained in it and clean it thoroughly. The thorough cleaning of the pipeline is very important, but if there is any clogging, damage or twisting, the pipeline should be replaced. Carefully clean the power nozzles. Never use liquid gaskets (silicone)!
Changing the oil and oil filter is mandatory. If this is not done, there is a good chance the new turbocharger will be defective. Old or dirty oil prevents lubrication and will cause damage, especially on bearings and shaft.
3. Check the outlet oil line!
Remove the pipeline, drain the oil contained in it and clean it thoroughly. Make sure the pipe is clean. The oil must swing easily to the crankcase. In the case of a blocked exhaust pipe, the turbocharger has the potential to create additional pressure in the crankcase and to start oil through the oil segments, both in the turbine and compressor parts.
4. Check the crankcase ventilation
Ensure that the ventilation is clean and in good condition. A clogged vent may cause a turbocharger oil leakage problem. Replace the crankcase ventilation * filter, often located on the engine vent. (* optional, available on most car models).
5. Check the engine condition
When the engine is not in good condition it also affects the turbocharger. For example, increased crankcase pressure may cause turbocharger oil leakage. The turbo returns this oil back to the engine or the combustion chamber.
Replace a new air filter, check and blow the air duct from the air filter to the turbocharger. Also the turbo-to-engine air duct must be checked and cleaned. If the vehicle has an intercooler, it must be cleaned and flushed out of parts of the old turbocharger or oil. Observe the outlets (catalyst)! The blocked catalyst has the potential to create additional crank pressure.
7. Check the oil pressure
Use a clean container to collect oil from the oil supply line. Leave the nozzle intact. Turn the starter motor to ensure normal oil supply and deaeration of the pipeline. Use a monometer! Make sure the oil has the required atmospheric pressure.