How to Shift Turbo Cars?

Answer Turbocharged cars get an extra boost of power from a "turbo" unit in the exhaust port of the car's engine. When operational, the turbo redirects exhaust gases from the exhaust port back into the co... Read More »

Top Q&A For: How to Shift Turbo Cars

Why do most people prefer to drive stick shift cars rather than automatic cars Are stick shifts better?

I thought most people prefer automatics. But sticks are more fun and keep you busy.

Clutch Requirements for Turbo Cars?

Turbochargers don't increase horsepower; they increase torque (the amount of force the engine can exert per revolution). Horsepower increases only happen when the turbocharger helps to sustain torq... Read More »

Conditions of Demand That Can Cause the Shift in Market Hybrid Cars?

Hybrid cars, which combine normal internal combustion engines with electrical motors, have been growing in popularity because they get better gas mileage and produce fewer greenhouse gases. Hybrid ... Read More »

How Brake Boosters Work on Turbo Cars?

If you have ever wondered how the force you exert on a brake pedal makes a vehicle weighing thousands of pounds actually stop, this is the role of a brake or vacuum booster in a turbo-charged auto-... Read More »