A replacement for displacement.
Wow that 2L with forced induction is giving out 500rwhp!
by Merko August 02, 2007
Forced induction is a term used to describe internal combustion engines that are not naturally aspirated. Instead, a gas compressor is added to the air intake, thereby increasing the quantity of air or fuel-air mixture available for combustion.
I am about to blow $10k on forced induction for my VW R32 and that's before installation! Son of a bitch.
by servant-of-light June 22, 2006

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