Turbo engines have a short engine oil change cycle?
1- Turbo engine applications are soaring for new cars to be launched recently. Because of the low volume of exhaust gas that produces strong power and high fuel efficiency, it is important to remember that the engine oil change intervals are shorter than those of natural inlet engines. Through the manual, we looked at the cycle of changing Korean turbo vehicles.
2- Turbo cars usually have a short engine oil change interval. In the manual of LF Sonata, the 2000cc CVVL natural inlet engine oil cycle is marked as 15,000 km or 12 months. On the other hand, the 2,000-centimeter-tall TGDI turbo engine is 8000 kilometers or six months old, which is about half of the size of a natural intake.
3- In particular, it is recommended to replace the engine oil with shorter ones under harsh conditions. Two thousand cc natural intake air engine is recommended for 7,500 km or six months, and two thousand cc turbo engine is recommended for 5,000 km or three months. The harsh conditions are more likely to be at speeds up to 170 km/h, with many short journeys such as urban driving, or excessive idle, traffic jams of more than 32 degrees Celsius.
4- Turbo engines are also exposed to high heat, which makes them different from oil viscosity. While the 2000cc CVVL engine would recommend the 5w 20 or 5w-30 specifications, the 2000cc TGDI turbo requires 5w-30 or 5w-40. They are of a relatively strong type and may feel heavy when driving.
5- In a natural intake engine, the fledged type of engine oil is preferred to reduce the running resistance of the engine to increase the fuel economy and to move the engine around smoothly. However, the lubrication function drops relatively rapidly at high temperature or high rotation.
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