Car engines are increasingly fitted with turbos and even more often. A turbo is a sophisticated engineering component and is therefore very fragile. More air is pressed into the engine by a turbocharger, so more fuel can also be consumed. More fuel and more air, combined, produce more power when needed. In the general definition, a miniature compressor is a turbocharger. The expended exhaust gases of an engine join the turbo, which turns on one side of the turbine. The other part of the turbine force-feeds air into the engine so that the fuel can extract more oxygen. The result enables greater performance and considerably more power to be produced by the engine.
Many car owners are under the mistaken impression that it is just their car’s engine that needs to be in good condition for a safe and comfortable driving experience. Little do they realize, if ever, that the front-end assembly holds equal importance in determining a safe drive. It is a crucial framework that connects the suspension and steering to the front chassis in a car. Holding essential front-end components together, it enables them to work synergically to deliver you the best driving experience possible.
Check out this install on Justin Swanstrom's RvW car!
In this video we cover shielded wires used in applications such as crank and cam sensor signal wires. This video outlines using solder splices to ground the braided shielding.
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You can find shielded cable here: https://mavenspeed.com/collections/b2t-engineering/products/shielded-wire
IN THIS VIDEO:
1: Overview of shielded wire 0:21
2: Preparing shielded wire for solder splice 1:41
3: Solder splice install 4:51
4: Shrinking and testing splice 7:30