What makes the Stu Stu Stu sound?

What makes the Stu Stu Stu sound?

The turbine has exhaust gas that it’s trying to use but can’t. Since the gas can’t go through the throttle, it exits the same way it came in. As it exits, the compressor blades chop through the air. This is what creates the famous “stu-stu-stu” noise.

What Turbos sound the best?

Top 10 Best-Sounding Turbocharged Cars

  • Ferrari F40 (Pictured Above) NM2255 Car HD Videos. 877K subscribers.
  • Mercedes-AMG GT S. NIKK8706. 20.4K subscribers.
  • McLaren P1. Gumbal.
  • Subaru WRX STI. Cuthweed.
  • Fiat 695 Biposto. WorldSupercars.
  • Ford GT LM GTE. AutoGuide.com.
  • Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG. BerlinTomek.
  • Porsche 935. Porsche.

What BOV makes the flutter sound?

In short, flutter is the sound of a turbocharger trying to push air. However, failing due to closed throttle. Therefore, it dramatically increases the load on the bearings of the turbo. If it occurs at higher engine loads or boost levels, it can cause premature wear to your turbo.

Do Wastegates make a sound?

External Wastegates are responsible for turbo flutter. That fluttering sound, which typically occurs when the throttle is suddenly closed, is the sound of the turbo trying to push air into the engine but failing, so the compressor blades ‘chop’ through the air. You can read more about this phenomenon here.

Do all turbos make a whistle sound?

All turbochargers make some amount of noise – and most people don’t even notice it. However, if the whistling sound gets louder, more noticeable, or changes in any way, it could be symptomatic of a number of different problems, that all warrant further investigation.

What does a healthy turbo sound like?

As the name suggests, a turbo whistle sounds like a high pitched whistle or whining sound, heard when the turbocharger kicks in as you accelerate and the revs go up. For some people, a turbo whistle can be annoying, but to others, it’s actually desirable!