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Affordable Diesel Turbo Parts

Trusted Supplier of Diesel Turbocharger Parts

Long Island Turbo has many different diesel turbo parts ready-to-go in stock for that potential installation and/or rebuild. However, if we do not have what you need right now, we can overnight it to you. And if you are looking for a part that is hard to find, we can locate those parts for you. We pride ourselves in going above and beyond for all of our customers. Our team is factory trained and authorized to assist you in every way. So please, contact us today for the availability of our diesel turbo parts! The number for our office is 833-548-8726. When you call, we can provide you with a free quote!

Diesel Turbo Parts Brands

We carry a variety of brands of O.E.M. and high-performance turbochargers. When you turn to Long Island Turbo, you are getting the best in marine and diesel turbo parts, service, repair, rebuild and installation. Below are just some of the brands that we offer service for:

  • Honeywell – Garrett/AiResearch
  • Roto-Master
  • Holset
  • Melett
  • TRW-GM (Corvair)
  • Borg Warner
  • Schwitzer
  • KKK
  • Toyota
  • RaJay
  • Mitsubishi
  • Turbo International

Turbocharger Components

Every turbocharger engine has three main components:

  1. The turbine
  2. The compressor
  3. The center housing/hub rotating assembly

The turbine is how the turbocharger gets its power. This is not to be confused with a supercharger, which gets its power mechanically. However, a turbocharger engine is more efficient than its "super" counterpart. Manufacturers commonly use turbochargers in truck, car, train, aircraft, and construction-equipment engines. So we deal with diesel turbo parts that are parts of many different engines. We are experts in turbo rebuilding and will diagnose whatever issue you may have regarding your turbo.

How Does A Turbo Work?

A turbocharger works a lot like a jet engine, which sounds crazy but bear with me. A jet engine sucks in cold air at the front and squeezes it into a chamber. It is there where it burns with fuel, and then hot air blasts out of the back. As the hot air leaves, it roars past the turbine that drives the compressor at the front of the engine. This is the bit that pushes the air into the engine to make the fuel burn properly.

The turbocharger on a car uses the exhaust gas to drive a turbine. This spins an air compressor that pushes extra air into the cylinders, which allows the cylinders to burn more fuel each second. And this is why a turbocharged car can produce more power. So as you can see, a diesel turbo engine has many different parts, which is why it is important to let an expert handle the rebuild.

How Does Turbocharging Work in Practice?

For the most part, a turbocharger is just two little air fans that sit on the same metal shaft so that both fans spin around together. One of these fans is the turbine, which sits in the exhaust stream from the cylinders. These cylinders blow hot gas past the fan blades, which rotates the blades and the connecting shaft. The second fan is the compressor. This part sits on the same shaft as the turbine and also spins. It is mounted inside the car's air intake. So, as it spins, it draws air into the car and forces it into the cylinders. When you bring your engine into our shop, we will properly inspect it and get any diesel turbo parts you may need.

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