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Achieve red line by 1/2 throttle for manuals, and higher revs than usual for autos! Why choose Surbo? What is Surbo?

Surbo For Light Pressure Turbo Effect For Most Vehicles. It Enables Your Engine To Deliver Its Full Power With Only 1/2 Accelerator Pressure!

Increasing air flow and compression from low rpm, the Surbo (air suction-turbo) improves engine torque, resulting in a light feel accelerator, for brisk cruising and fuel saving. Driven faster, it brings the engine to its rpm limit with just 1/2 accelerator pressure! You'll never have to floor the accelerator again, thus avoiding wasted fuel and excessive emission.

GENERAL ADVANTAGES:

10% fuel saving in city driving and more on highways, due to less accelerator pressure required for the same speed.
Higher rpm capability, more torque and bhp over a wider rpm range.
0-100 kph acceleration time cut by 1 second for faster cars and up to 3 seconds for slower cars.
Higher top speed by up to 30 kph for the average 1.6 sedan (as reported by customers).
Less CO2 output due to less fuel required for the same rpm.

SPECIFIC ADVANTAGES:

For automatic vehicles: instant acceleration from rest with no torque converter slip due to increased torque. Higher rpm possible with 1/2 throttle in D mode to between 4500 rpm and rpm limit depending on gearbox, and quicker changes to lower gears. More info and auto car list..
For manual vehicles: achieving rpm limit with just 1/2 throttle, and even higher rpm if the rpm limit is removed for racing cars More info and manual car list..
For diesel vehicles: better load capability, less diesel black smoke because the accelerator is pressed only halfway for the engine to reach the rpm limit. Helps prevent clogging of particulate filters. More info and diesel car list..
For turbocharged vehicles: reduced turbo lag. More info and turbo car list..

How can the Surbo be so effective?

Without Surbo

In normal cars, engine power is often not as good as it should be. Due to gaps along the air intake, air suction is not entirely directed at the air filter. Not only is air velocity through the air filter not as high as it can be, the gaps mean some of that air will not enter the engine for combustion. To create more air suction, the accelerator has to be pressed more, causing more fuel to be injected, resulting in over-fueling that can cause hesitation, and even knocking. The rpm achieved may not be very high. Some fuel is wasted, often in the form of emissions.

A shortage of air causes automatic gearboxes to shift up too soon, because in a higher gear, less air is required. This also makes downshifts more difficult, as more air is required for higher rpm in a lower gear. So, often the accelerator has to be pressed deeply to allow more air in to induce a gear shift down. The result is wasted fuel, increased emission and foot fatigue for the driver.

When the accelerator is pressed more, the vacuum in the engine manifold drops. However, the vacuum is the force that draws air into the engine. The moment the accelerator is pressed fully, the vacuum is minimized, and air induction force is depleted. Also, with the accelerator on the floor, fuel injected is maximized and over-fueling and even knocking can occur. Acceleration quickly becomes zero for the gear, and a gearchange up is necessary for further acceleration. Acceleration begins to slow significantly from third gear, and in the top gear, the rpm limit cannot be reached. Therefore, the top speed of a typical 1.6 litre sedan is only about 190kph.

With Surbo

After installation of the Surbo, the gaps in the air intake will be covered. Less accelerator pressure is required to pull the air through the air filter and into engine, so less fuel is injected, and less rpm is required to achieve sufficient torque. Over-fueling and knocking are prevented. More air goes into engine for proper combustion. So, acceleration becomes faster initially, so much that some of the added momentum and time saved can be used to compress air for even more power.

By slightly easing off the accelerator for 1 second, a backward air pressure is formed towards the outlet of the Surbo, causing it to spin air internally and jet air at its outlet, compressing the air. Upon subsequent acceleration, the Surbo guides the air to continue jetting and back-pressurizing itself, so that the rpm limit is achieved with just 1/2 accelerator pressure.

When the air is charging between the Surbo and the engine, the engine also puts out exhaust gases of increased pressure, thus helping the exhaust system to blast out the burnt gases from a lower rpm (which aids low end torque). For turbocharged engines, since the turbocharger is driven by the exhaust, the response time of the turbo is reduced so it comes on sooner.

For automatic vehicles, since the Surbo feeds the engine with more air, the engine is allowed to rev higher before changing to a higher gear, and this gives more speed and makes better use of the original engine torque which is maximized at the upper mid range. Similarly, due to more air on standby, downshifts are easier to induce with just a light press on the accelerator. Once the Surbo is on, a second downshift can also be induced for even more acceleration.

Since the accelerator is never floored, a good portion of the vacuum is still present for drawing air into the engine forcefully, so acceleration is extended till the rpm limit is reached. Often, the Surbo-assisted vehicle is so strong that it will reach the rpm limit even in the top gear, and top speeds of 220 kph for 1.6 litre sedans are consistently reported by customers.

As the accelerator never has to be floored, emissions are kept low. All the fuel is used properly either for more acceleration or more mileage.

Pictures of engines with Surbo installed


Above: Photo of Surbo in pipe after the air filter
of Mitsubishi Lancer CS3

Above: Photo of Twin Surbo at air filter
inlet of Perodua Kelisa

Above: Photo of Surbo at air filter
outlet of Hyundai Getz 1.3/ 1.6

Above: Photo of Twin Surbo in outlet of air
filter of Proton Gen 2/ Persona/ Exora

Above: Photo of Surbo at air filter
inlet of Toyota Altis 2007/ Wish

Above: Photo of Surbo in pipe after air
filter of Nissan Latio 1.5/ Sylphy

More Pictures

Here Are Some Testimonials:

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Alfa 145

Daihatsu Terios

Ford Escape

Geo Metro 1.0

Honda Civic ESi

Honda Civic GL

Honda Stream

Hyundai Atos

Kia Cerato

Mazda 3

Mercedes Vito 111

Mitsubishi Lancer CVT

MP3 Testimonials (Chinese dialect)

Twin Surbo Nissan Presea

Nissan Sunny FLN6

Twin Surbo Nissan Sunny Auto

Nissan Sunny 1.5EX

Opel Vectra

Modified Perodua Kancil

Perodua Kancil 850

Perodua Kenari

Peugeot 206 "No fuel penalty"

Proton Iswara "The Real Thing"

Proton Putra

Proton Saga: Better Hill Climbing With Surbos

Proton Satria 1.3i

Proton Satria GTi

Proton Wira 1.3i

Proton Wira 1.5 GLi

Proton Wira 1.5

Proton Wira 2.0 Diesel

Proton Wira carb to EFI

Renault Clio 1.4 16V

Renault Megane Coupe

Twin Surbo saves 12% fuel for Subaru Impreza

Suzuki GTi

Suzuki Swift GL 1.3

Toyota Corolla '99

Toyota Corolla 1.3i

Toyota Starlet-Turbo

VW Caddy Turbo Diesel

TECHNICAL SECTION

  • What's A Surbo?
  • What's A Twin Surbo?
  • How To Use Surbo
  • Maximize Surbo Sensitivity With Boost Gauge
  • Dynamometer Test Results
  • FAQ
  • How Surbo Works
  • User's Handbook
  • Surbo System's Energy Analysis
  • Why Surbo?
  • How Surbo Helps Reduce Engine Knocking
  • How Surbo Increases Usable Power For Automatic Vehicles
  • How Surbo Makes Your Diesel Vehicle Perform More Like A Petrol One
  • How Surbo Helps To Save Fuel
  • Latest Articles

  • How Surbo works for diesel vehicles
  • Surbo System's energy analysis for diesel engines
  • How Surbo helps you drive faster without causing diesel smoke
  • How Surbo installation helps your air intake system
  • How Surbo improves engine efficiency
  • How Surbo makes higher engine rpm and fuel saving occur at the same time
  • I drive slowly, so can Surbo benefit me?
  • Surbo's effect on CVT cars
  • Surbo's effect on supercharged cars
  • Surbo for electric hybrids
  • How Surbo makes your automatic car faster
  • Vehicle engineering service and other applications of Surbo
  • Surbo gives optimal engine compression (with new graph for diesels)
  • Compression graph of a conventional petrol engine versus one with Surbo How to improve engine compression

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    BENEFITS
  • Lower Fuel Consumption
  • Higher Speed & Better Acceleration
  • Higher RPM Capability
  • More Power For Inclines
  • Longer Engine Life
  • Lower Overall Expenses
  • Less CO2 & Diesel Smoke
  • Transferability
  • Safety

  • TECHNICAL-->(includes latest articles)
  • What's Surbo?
  • Twin Surbo
  • How To Use Surbo
  • How Surbo Works (Simplified)-->How Surbo Works (Detailed)
  • Surbo System's Energy Analysis
  • Dynamometer Test Results
  • Maximize Surbo Sensitivity With Boost Gauge
  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • Vehicle Engineering

  • TESTIMONIALS
  • List Of Testimonials

  • VEHICLES
  • Vehicles Recommended For Surbo
  • Petrol Automatic
  • Petrol Manual
  • Petrol Turbo
  • Diesel & Turbodiesel
  • Related: Diesel Smoke Reduction
  • Motorcycles
  • Check List During Surbo Installation
  • Surbo Installation Pictures-->Archive Of Pictures

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  • Surbo For Gokarts
  • Race In Singapore (Second Place)
  • Race In India (First Place, race car shown below)

  • Race In Sabah Malaysia

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