BRC for engines with direct fuel injection
The Sequent Direct Injection system is based on the broad BRC Sequent family. That means it comprises the same components as the regular versions (designed for port fuel injection engines) and that it also dispenses vapourised LPG into the intake ports of an engine. The key difference between a standard 4th generation systems and the SDI is the ECU software – not only does it emulate petrol injectors, but actually activates them periodically. This strategy allows to remove combustion leftover deposits from injector tips and provides the injectors with proper cooling, without which they would be prone to malfunctions in next to no time.
Programming an SDI system is very simple and boild down to uploading a ready injection map software for a given type of engine onto the ECU. At the moment, the BRC Sequent Direct Injection system can be used for the following engines:
- Audi A4 1,8i E4 TFSI, 118kW, engine code CDH,
- Hyundai Veloster 1600i, 103kW 16V GDI E5, engine code G4FD,
- Kia Sportage 1600i, 99kW 16V GDI E5, engine code G4FD,
- Mazda CX-7 2,3i 16V Turbo, 191 kW, 2007 r., engine code L3,
- Peugeot 308 1,6i 16V Turbo, 110 kW, 2007 r., engine code 5FX,
- Volkswagen Passat 2,0 16V, 110 kW, 2006 r., engine code BVY,
- Volkswagen Golf 2,0 16V GTI, 147 kW, 2006 r., engine code BPY – BWA,
- Volkswagen Golf 1,4 16V Turbo, 103 kW, 2006 r., engine code BMY
- Volkswagen Caddy 1,2i, TSI, 77kW, engine code CBZ.
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