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I'm very impressed with how little turbo lag there is.
As for power, it is immediate, with no turbo lag.
This delay in power delivery is referred to as turbo lag.
But it suffered from turbo lag and lacked the torque of the V-8.
There is much less turbo lag and the writer thinks the loss of low down torque isn't a problem.
Unfortunately, turbo lag was an issue, along with poor hot starting, and was considered rather difficult to control.
Turbo lag was increased, but smooth and linear boost could be obtained.
Turbo lag was noted as a problem with all four Japanese turbos of the 1980s by several critics.
If you ever want to be reminded what turbo lag feels like, this is the car for you.
With its two small turbochargers, this engine reduced turbo lag considerably.
This helps the turbocharger accelerate more quickly and reduces turbo lag.
In addition to producing extra horse power and torque, a well designed system can reduce turbo lag.
Mercedes-Benz revised this engine in order to reduce turbo lag and improve response.
Torque came on quickly with nary any turbo lag.
By reducing the size of the turbo it has reduced the turbo lag.
The smaller primary chamber is engineered to cancel the turbo lag at low engine speeds.
The engine uses two small low-pressure turbochargers to minimise turbo lag.
Many sports cars specifically use naturally aspirated engines due to their lack of a turbo lag.
The result is turbo lag, the undesirable pause between the command of your right foot and the resulting boost.
Turbo lag is non-existent and traction, on dry roads at least, tenacious.
The car also utilizes small turbos and a variable boost management system to create no turbo lag.
The presence of the supercharger also mimizes the effects of turbo lag.
It is commonly referred to as turbo lag and is experienced at lower engine speeds.
The result is an engine that delivers more power at both low and high revs, without downsides like turbo lag.
Retro levels of turbo lag and torque steer upping the fun factor.
This negatively affects the threshold of boost onset and also increases turbocharger lag.
Inertia, friction, and compressor load are the primary contributors to turbocharger lag.
This reduces turbocharger lag and lowers boost threshold.
The result is that the turbocharger improves fuel efficiency without a noticeable level of turbocharger lag.
While important to varying degrees, turbocharger lag is most problematic in applications that require rapid changes in power output.
Turbocharger lag (turbo lag) is the time required to change power output in response to a throttle change, noticed as a hesitation or slowed throttle response when accelerating as compared to a naturally aspirated engine.