What is difference between CRDI DICOR MPFI?
DICOR is nothin but refurbished term for crdi and it stands for
"Direct Injection Common Rail engine" and the simple funda of crdi
is a modern variant of direct injection system for diesel engines.
It features a high-pressure (1000+ bar) fuel rail feeding
individual solenoid valves, as opposed to low-pressure fuel pump
feeding pump nozzles or high-pressure fuel line to mechanical
valves controlled by cams on the camshaft.
and yeah crdi and dicor is for diesel engines....where as mpfi
(multiple point fuel injection) is for petrol engines and if we
talk in layman language when we used carburettor fed engine.....the
main problem was that the fuel air mixture was not uniform in all
the cylinders. it was always that the first chamber got the richest
mixture and the last chamber got the lean mixture so to get rid of
this problem the engineers developed a system where we injected the
fuel rather than m ixing it with air and just air was sucked in the
i hope this would help