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Regular price €85,00 EUR
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⭐BLITZ Voice-Guide turbo timer!!! Overall GOOD conditions, some scratches on the body.

⭐The particular feature of this turbo timer is the ability to speak Japanese on the startup!!! Very cool JDM item (backlight illumination is green)

⭐Super rare item for true JDM fans, perfect for a turbo car! The most requested turbo timer!

⭐Simple wiring:
(4wires to make it work, 2 to ignition,1 red, 1 black,it's the same for every Blitz turbo timer, so instructions are widely available), the other 3 wires are to connect it to a switch for the handbrake safety feature (if you want to use this feature, otherwise it will works normally).

⭐READ CAREFULLY! --> This is being sold as a COLLECTIBLE ITEM! WORKING CONDITIONS NOT TESTED, dirt and scratches like in the photos. If you want to use on your car, do it but WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE, INCIDENT, ETC. SO IF YOU DO IT, IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY.

A turbo timer is a device designed to keep an automotive engine running for a pre-specified period in order to automatically execute the cool-down period required to prevent premature turbo wear and failure. After a period of driving when a turbocharger has been working hard, it is important to let the engine run at idle speed for a period, allowing the compressor assembly to cool from the lower gas temperatures in both the exhaust and intake tracts. At the same time the lubricating oil from the engine is able to circulate properly so the turbine won't burn the lubricating oil that would otherwise be trapped within the charger with the turbine rotating at high speed. With regard to modern automotive turbochargers, the need for a turbo timer can be eliminated by simply ensuring the car does not produce any 'boost' (during driving) for several minutes prior to the ignition being shut off. Most turbo timers are based on digital electronics.
Turbo timers can usually be disabled by an external switch, this is normally done using the handbrake switch, or using an automatic one.
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