5 Things You Should Never Do in a Turbocharged Car

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  • Never Do This in a Turbocharged Car, DIY life hacks and car review with Scotty Kilmer. 5 things you should never do in a turbocharged vehicle. Turbocharger explained and how to make it last as long as possible in your car. Should I buy a turbocharged car? Car life hacks. How to drive a turbocharged car. How to make turbo last longer. Car Advice. DIY car repair with Scotty Kilmer, an auto mechanic for the last 51 years.
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  • Scotty Kilmer
    Scotty Kilmer  4 aylar önce +355

    Should I put a turbo on my Celica?
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    • Izayoi Monochrome
      Izayoi Monochrome 2 aylar önce

      No. Import your own 1995 Toyota Celica GT-FOUR. It comes from the factory with AWD, a manual gearbox, disk brakes all around, and uses the 3S-GTE engine which is turbocharged to over 230hp. It's won many rallies before it ended up getting caught in a scandal about its turbo restrictor, but it's truly the best car Toyota has ever, or probably will ever, make.

    • JoHNNY D
      JoHNNY D 3 aylar önce

      U should not because you are cheap on gas

    • Roman P
      Roman P 4 aylar önce +1

      Swap it for a factory Celica GT 4 instead - stock turbo &AWD goodness, stunning looks, Toyota reliability and IMO it's a car thats only gonna go up in value, do despite the hefty price tag I doubt you'd lose any money on it.

    • Srdjan Krajcer
      Srdjan Krajcer 4 aylar önce

      You should build it if you ask me 😂

    • name badpolicy
      name badpolicy 4 aylar önce

      Just swap in the 3sgte - thats what I always wanted to do with my celica!!

  • Skyler Smith
    Skyler Smith Gün önce

    I have an 02 Subaru Impreza Wrx with about 30k on rebuilt JDM ej205. I was told to put a synthetic blend in it. Should I be running full synthetic oil instead? Also, what brand is the best for these old turbocharged Subies?

  • Erich Mais
    Erich Mais 14 gün önce

    Never granny shift and always double clutch like you should

  • Chris Garcia
    Chris Garcia 15 gün önce

    Ok if anyone is wondering Scotty should have worded the gas mileage fact better. What he could have said is “a smaller turbo charged engine making 300 hp will get better gas mileage than a bigger engine making the same hp”

  • Mohammad was illiterate

    Whatever car am driving I only turn the key and let the computer take care of the startup sequence for throttle and let it idle for a minute or two while I get stuff in the car etc, idle it out the driveway and take off easy, why hammer your car when it's cold that's just idiotic.

  • Jeremy Landry
    Jeremy Landry Aylar önce

    What about turbo cars in canada ?

  • NorthSideBoys
    NorthSideBoys Aylar önce

    That Explains why my dad gets 40 MPG and I get 3 MPG when we use my LS3 Firebird with A Texas Speed Cam, LSA Heads, High Ram Air Intake, and a Borg Warner turbo. The more you know

  • The Great White
    The Great White Aylar önce

    Scotty, is it a must to cool down a modern turbocharged car after some hard driving? I'm reading alot of mixed opinions on this. How long if so? And usually I'll do some light driving before I turn her off, is that ok to do?

  • Jason Ding
    Jason Ding Aylar önce

    That scubaru meme got me so bad.

  • AlainHubert
    AlainHubert Aylar önce

    Many of those things apply to non-turbo engines also. It all comes down to: properly maintain your engine, and drive moderately and it should last a long time.

  • OTAKU For Trump 2020
    OTAKU For Trump 2020 Aylar önce

    I have a 2016 Jetta TSI 1.4L S model. It has a 5 speed Manual and runs great. I’m glad to say I abide by these rules. Also, I’ve made 46.3 miles per gallon on the interstate and average 33mpg on the back roads.

  • Dustin Prescott
    Dustin Prescott Aylar önce

    He really threw the SUBARU owners under the bus there at the end lol!!!

  • Moises Radilla
    Moises Radilla Aylar önce +1

    That "Scubaru" picture made my day😂

  • Daniel Nichols
    Daniel Nichols 2 aylar önce

    This guy needs a Delorean to take him back to the 90s.

  • Abubacar Drammeh
    Abubacar Drammeh 2 aylar önce

    BMW 335i engine 🤧🤧🤧🤧🤧

  • Weylin Lafond
    Weylin Lafond 2 aylar önce

    Great video!!

  • TommyGuns
    TommyGuns 2 aylar önce +1

    I honestly don't understand much about turbochargers but, if the engine is using the air from the engine, and the turbo sents it back to the engine, what air comes out of the exhaust, and how?

  • Marksman
    Marksman 2 aylar önce

    Didn’t know they got the T5 in U.S XC70’s
    My dad has a 2002 XC70 T5, it’s a monster🤘🏼

  • aymene ricost
    aymene ricost 2 aylar önce

    next vid don't even drive your car just buy a Bicycle

  • Gary Gnu
    Gary Gnu 2 aylar önce

    Thanks Scotty for all your good advice 😊

  • Mark Jackson
    Mark Jackson 2 aylar önce

    How can anyone take an individual seriously when they have a garage that looks like a lot bin from storage wars

  • Enoch Martin
    Enoch Martin 2 aylar önce

    Can I put a turbo in my truck if it doesn't have one? Are they expensive?

  • Parapumbito
    Parapumbito 2 aylar önce

    Thumbnail: Dont shift your vehicle!!

  • The English Trucker
    The English Trucker 2 aylar önce

    Whats going on with your hands?

  • OtherSyde
    OtherSyde 2 aylar önce +2

    Ironically enough at 1:37, the speedo/tach in the upper left corner is from a Mazda RX8 - a car that you can safely rev to 4,000+ RPM as it warms up (especially if you premix with 2-stroke oil in the gas) but if you put a turbo on it then the engine will probably explode.

  • Carlos Espinal
    Carlos Espinal 2 aylar önce

    So funny this man

  • Roberto Mundo
    Roberto Mundo 2 aylar önce

    I've been running 28lbs of boost through a gt28rs for over 50k miles! Lol no smoke, no problems!

  • grock89
    grock89 2 aylar önce

    Peach pits next to the speedometer? That's disgusting..

  • crby101
    crby101 2 aylar önce

    occasionally im lucky enough to drive my dads Saab 9-3 aero, when you start it up it idles high for about a minute before dropping just below 1000 where it normally is. my dad always said let it sit until the idle drops, is this manufactured into the car to help you remember to let it warm up, or why does this happen?

    • crby101
      crby101 2 aylar önce

      MrNFSlover ah, shows how much I know about cars. Thanks!

    • MrNFSlover
      MrNFSlover 2 aylar önce +1

      Its normal with petrol engines. When the engine is really cold theres more fuel injected because when you inject the normal amount of fuel the engine won't keep running

  • Steven Garrison
    Steven Garrison 2 aylar önce

    Scubaru 😂

  • Morgan Muleh
    Morgan Muleh 2 aylar önce

    DONT BUY ONE....simple :)

  • Skylar Parks
    Skylar Parks 2 aylar önce +1

    ,

  • super wiseman
    super wiseman 2 aylar önce

    gotta love this guy. he's on point and pretty funny

  • crazygrunt1000
    crazygrunt1000 2 aylar önce +2

    2:01 scotty your leaking oil!!!

  • David Kearns
    David Kearns 2 aylar önce

    Re: Starting up, I just start my car and then get buckled in and whatever other messing about I have to do. Figure that gives the engine time to get ready, In a truck with an oil pressure gauge my method was wait for that to get a reading.

    We had a Subaru Outback XT 2.5T and it actually had a light on the temperature gauge that went off when it was warm enough and you could not even put it into "Sport Sharp" mode until that light went out.

  • Nate Silva
    Nate Silva 3 aylar önce

    scotty in my world we call them snails, or choochoo donuts

  • The Father
    The Father 3 aylar önce

    Unless a copper has been driving it. You do a turbo change every year!

  • Claude v. K
    Claude v. K 3 aylar önce +2

    If you drove your turbo hard on a german Autobahn, please cool it down longer than just 30 seconds :-)
    Personally I drive the last 2 kilometers before my exit with not more than 120kph, if I floored it before and I know I will turn off the engine soon after the exit e.g. just to get fuel.
    You can also use the exhaust gas temperature at the catalytic converter as an indicator. I don't turn of the egine, if it's hotter than 650°C. This may vary on other cars, but I noted this temperature for my Mazdaspeed 3 as a kind of "save", because it is also is reached on lower loads.

  • HD Drone 4k
    HD Drone 4k 3 aylar önce

    It must be fast, looks like the last owner left his nuts on the dash 🤣

  • S Rx
    S Rx 3 aylar önce

    Are those peach pits under the gauges?

  • Ro0y62
    Ro0y62 3 aylar önce

    It’s over engineered part get rid of it !!
    It only makes you car unreliable
    Instead get a national aspirated engine powerful as you need.

  • Shane's Trains
    Shane's Trains 3 aylar önce

    If Scotty watched sloppy mechanics, he would lose his mind. 😂

  • Frank Sz
    Frank Sz 3 aylar önce +1

    Also another tip. Whether you are driving an AT or manual, be at least 2700-3000rpm before you floor it. Don't accelerate from like 1500rpm, you are flooding your engine and the turbo builds the boost much slower from slower rpm and you could end up with detonation from unburned fuel and there goes your entire engine and say goodbye to your car.
    Also if you are buying a turbocharged car, it requires much more TLC than an naturally aspirated. You have to keep an eye on everything and you have to change spark plugs much more frequently and be mindful what kind of fuel you are putting in. All require top-tier gas, Exxon, Shell, Sunaco, etc. Walmart's brandless fuel, Sam's Club etc.. or something like that will not do any good.

  • datbrooklynboi83
    datbrooklynboi83 3 aylar önce

    Naturally aspirated is better

  • RD Osborne
    RD Osborne 3 aylar önce

    Take it easy on the Samsung text tone.

  • JoHNNY D
    JoHNNY D 3 aylar önce

    Most turbo engine warms up in a min or 2

  • Cripinub1
    Cripinub1 3 aylar önce

    If Scott says don’t do it, he’s right

  • Pumpkin Face
    Pumpkin Face 3 aylar önce

    DEEEEEEEZ NUUUUUUTZ!!! 0:21

  • Ein Benzinator
    Ein Benzinator 3 aylar önce

    A turbo car has a massive peak torque already at mid RPMs - so no need to rev up your engines more than 3000-4500 EVER 😀 Don't drive it with maximum revs, at it won't fail ...
    As Scotty explained in another video, idling does not cool your car - you need to drive it rather at speed (let's say 30-60 mph) with low RPMs.
    And it's best to combine the turbo with an automatic transmission so that it shifts for you reliably to prevent high RPMs at all times.

  • VTEC TURBO
    VTEC TURBO 3 aylar önce

    Oil takes at least 10 - 15 min of driving to get upto temp!. 85 degrees.
    No need to idle that long after coming to a stop. Just drive low rpms for at least 2 miles before shutting of. Scotty c'mon lol

  • Gregory Trane
    Gregory Trane 3 aylar önce

    I know turbochargers are popular with auto manufacturers today because of fuel efficiency but I guess I'm old school when it comes to performance and prefer the supercharged engine. No matter how well designed those turbos are they still have some lag when you hit that accelerator most of the time, because they have to spool up. Good review as always.

  • twanggit
    twanggit 3 aylar önce

    Thanks for a concise and brief description of Turbo operation. Helped me get a better understanding of them.

  • volvo Toyota
    volvo Toyota 3 aylar önce

    Scotty a late model Volvo with 197,000 miles? Is it really such a bad car?

  • christian lail
    christian lail 3 aylar önce

    That scubaru pic ha

  • S2Kjeffrey
    S2Kjeffrey 4 aylar önce

    Good info Scotty but I knew all this 30 years ago when I had my Mazda 323GT turbo. Never had a single problem with it. Drive a turbo car gently until it's warmed up then go full blast. Drive it gently again before shutting it off. This is good practice for all cars anyway.

  • Daniel Summerville
    Daniel Summerville 4 aylar önce

    The notification tone @2:30 had me trippin haha

  • 2 VET Motors
    2 VET Motors 4 aylar önce

    They are fun! Have a 2002 subura wrx just hit 225,000. Doing everything scotty just listed in the video. Turbochargers are a blast just be responsible.

  • Brian Leo
    Brian Leo 4 aylar önce

    Plastic turbo air pipes;- Jesus!!

  • M G
    M G 4 aylar önce

    rev up your turbo advice!

  • like it is
    like it is 4 aylar önce

    The first thing to do is SELL IT