Turbocharger Eats A Shop Rag For Dinner

Turbochargers are one of the coolest and most popular ways to make power now days. One think the is sometimes forgotten is the fact that they can be very dangerous. The turbine wheels in a turbo can spin at up to 250,000 rpms and that causes a ton of suction at full boost. Anything not tied down can be pulled into the compressor wheel if left close enough to it including tool, fingers or in this case a shop rag. Just watch as this turbo makes the shop rag disintegrate like it is nothing. We are just glad it was not a finger or a steel tool that went through that turbo. What do you guys think? Does this give you give you a different view of turbos? Let us know.

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