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Intercoolers are generally only visible when a turbocharged car is installed.
Because the intercooler is actually a turbocharged accessory, its function is to
improve the engine's ventilation efficiency. For supercharged engines, the
intercooler is an important component of the booster system. Whether it is a
supercharged engine or a turbocharged engine, an intercooler needs to be installed
between the supercharger and the engine intake manifold. Since this radiator is
located between the engine and the supercharger, it is also called intercooler.
One of the reasons why turbocharged engines have more power than ordinary engines
is that their ventilation is more efficient than the natural intake of a typical
engine. When the air enters the turbocharger, its temperature will increase
greatly and the density will increase accordingly. The intercooler acts as a
cooling air. The high temperature air is cooled by the intercooler and then enters
the engine. If the intercooler is lacking and the pressurized high-temperature air
directly enters the engine, the engine may be damaged or even extinguished due to
excessive air temperature.
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