The engine control unit uses the camshaft position sensor to record the exact position of the camshaft.
An alternative powertrain systems are helping to reduce emissions and operating costs.
The oil-lubricated CP9 high-pressure pump delivers the fuel into the piping system leading to the injector under high pressure.
The high-pressure pump CP4 delivers the fuel into the connected rail under high pressure.
Engine management systems are the core of efficient technology which allows two-wheelers and powersports vehicles to fulfill new emission regulations.
The sensors provide all the necessary information for the engine management and transmission control.
Optimized torque absorption contributes to emission reduction compared to the average market level of new applications.
The high-pressure pump CPN6 delivers the fuel into the connected rail under high pressure.
The proportion of vehicles with gasoline direct injection is set to increase further in future.
The gasoline port fuel injection is the most popular drive system for gasoline engines worldwide.