If You Drive A Turbocharged Car Don't Even Think Of Doing These 5 Things


Or go ahead and do them and kill your engine. See if we care.

Turbocharging technology has come a long way, but that doesn’t mean you can treat an engine with forced induction the same way you would one that is naturally aspirated. There are certain things you need to do differently when driving. But don’t take our word for it. Engineering Explained is here to school you on the five things you should never do in a turbocharged car. Per usual these tips are more practical than anything else and are designed to extend the life of your engine, whether you drive an EcoBoost Ford or a WRX STI.

While some of the advice in this video is common knowledge it's always nice knowing the "why" behind things.

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