What is a turbo oil feed pipe?
In turbocharged engines, the oil feed pipe (or line) is connected to the engine lubrication system. Its main function is to secure appropriate lubrication needed for the turbocharger unit and specifically, for its shaft.
Do Turbos have an oil feed?
Much in the same way that an artery supplies blood to the heart, the oil feed pipe supplies engine oil to the turbo. Like blood to the human body, oil is vital to a turbocharger’s operation.
What is a turbo oil restrictor?
The function of the oil restrictor is an adjustment of the oil pressure feeds into the bearing system. Ball Bearing. We recommend oil pressure of the ball bearing is 40 – 45 psi at maximum engine speed to prevent damage to the turbocharger’s internals.