The CDI Engine
The term CDi stands for “Common Rail Diesel Injection” and references the type of diesel injection method used. A common rail engine runs at pressures up to 2,000 bar (29,400 PSI) and can inject up to 7 times per cycle per cylinder. The fuel is delivered to all injectors by one fuel rail “Common rail” and is electronically controlled for upmost precision of injection timing. The modern common rail diesel engine can inject up to 7 times per cycle and has been the key to current refinement and economy standards.
CDI ECU Remap
A MERCEDES CDI Remap from Celtic Tuning can completely transform your MERCEDES CDI engine and revolutionise your own driving experience. The introduction of modular engines and the huge leap forward in electronic control has meant that a Mercedes CDi remap can exploit the potential in your engine whilst staying within factory tolerances. Manufacturers use this same technique to vary the output of engines that they provide you with to save on costs and maximise profits.
2010> Mercedes Vito 2.2 CDi runs a Delphi DCM 3.5 engine management system and comes in 95bhp, 134bhp and 163bhp formats. They all have 100% mechanically identical engines with the only variance being the software. They run the same injectors and turbo systems throughout these variants and as such we can take the 95bhp up to a factory 163bhp without going outside factory tolerances and up to 204bhp with our Fast Road MERCEDES CDI Remap software.
Benefits of a Celtic Tuning CDI Remap