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If your interested in watching it, the show “How it’s Made” on Discovery/Science channel is having a show tonight on how turbochargers are built in the Turbonetics turbo plant.

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Don't forget to watch today's"How it's Made" episode at 9pm Eastern Time. Set your watches (yes, watches are part of today's episode), heat up some enchiladas (they are also in this episode, if you ever wondered how they are made) and watch some top notch turbochargers being built.
 

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it was pretty cool to watch for sure, could have been a touch longer i think though...
 

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its a good thing they will be replaying it as i can't find it online
 

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noooooo I missed it! I watch that show fairly often. Hopefully Ill see it.
 

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did anyone notice the hispanic guy making the compressor housing and the Asian guy machining the housing. Doesnt really look like it 100% made in the USA to me.
 

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I took that as time to assemble it. Turbos are simple to take apart/put together it's the technology, design, and materials we pay for imop.
 

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I took that as time to assemble it. Turbos are simple to take apart/put together it's the technology, design, and materials we pay for imop.
Damn I didnt get a chance to see it. What model of turbo did they assemble? I assume a T3/T4?

I agree, T-netics took a good chunk of change from me for my Y2K, but its been flawless for 6 seasons now. Top notch compnay in my eyes.
 
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