The Downsides of Downsizing: Small-Displacement, Direct-Injected Turbocharged Engines Bob Gritzinger’s presentation will examine the range of complex problems from turbo lag to “superknock” that engineers have or are working to resolve as small turbos become increasingly popular for manufacturers seeking to maximize fuel efficiency while maintaining the power and low-end torque consumers demand in their vehicles.    Download Bob ...

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