How Dual Volute Turbos Work In Chevy’s Massive Four-Cylinder EngineChevy’s 2.7L I4 engine is one of the largest gasoline four cylinders sold today in a road car.
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It’s packed with clever technology, like a dual volute turbocharger, advanced three position camshaft, active thermal management, integrated exhaust manifold, and jumbo cylinders.
The engine can be found in the Chevy Silverado producing 310 horsepower and 350 lb-ft of torque, and in the Cadillac CT4-V producing 325 horsepower and 380 lb-ft of torque.
The dual volute turbocharger uses two volutes to channel exhaust instead of using one. Both volutes are integrated into the exhaust manifold. Check out the video to learn all about the clever camshaft and turbocharger used!///Engineering Explained