Gasket technology has evolved to help vehicles run cleaner and more efficiently.
It’s important that your customers avoid the trap of prioritizing price over quality when they’re looking for an oil filter.
As the OEMs began adopting electronic fuel injection on most of their mass-produced vehicles, the role of engine oils also began to change.
The trend with gasoline engines is decreasing: that is, reducing in cubic capacity for the same power output. This is readily achievable by turbocharging, since the high power-to-capacity ratio of these engines requires an increase in the air mass supplied to the engine.
“The launch of the 6.0L Power Stroke reman turbo is the culmination of extensive product research, development and testing,” said Jerry Sweetland, president and CEO of PurePower Technologies.
Launched in the 2017 Ford F-150, the engine features BorgWarner twin waste-gated turbochargers, variable-cam timing (VCT) phasers and a complete engine-timing system.
Honeywell said it has changed the name of its Garrett aftermarket turbochargers to “Honeywell Garrett” in an effort to “better convey the full capability and promise of its differentiated technology.”
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