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Turbo Timers

Most turbo failure is the result of oil cooking (technically named "coking") in the turbo immediately after the car has been driven. The proper method of cooling the oil down involves letting the car idle for a short period of time before turning off the ignition. The turbo timer is designed to allow the engine to idle down after the ignition key has been removed from the car. You can set the interval from 30 seconds to 5 minutes. The timer ties into the hand brake circuit, preventing accidental engagement.

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