A turbosupercharger is a system that is installed on an aircraft in order to supply compressed air for the carburetor or engine control unit. The installed turbosupercharger and components are externally driven, powered by a turbine wheel assembly that is fed exhaust gases from the engine to conduct operations. For this reason, such devices have donned the title “superchargers”, though superchargers specifically refer to those that are able to produce a manifold pressure that is above 30” Hg. A typical turbosupercharger contains a compressor, turbine, and bearing assembly, all of which may be similar to that of a turbocharger. In this blog, we will discuss the various parts of the turbosupercharger and their functionality, as well as the difference between turbosuperchargers and standard turbochargers.