In a diesel engine, the downward stroke of the piston draws air in though the intakes. Because of the relative consistency of atmospheric pressure, there is a limit to the amount of air that is being forced into the combustion chamber.
A turbo diesel, however, works to increase that air pressure and thus increase the overall output of the engine itself without requiring additional fuel or force. This leads to a considerably increased power output, and thus, more power, better mileage and fewer emissions.
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