Suzuki Marine Four Stroke DF250 Multi Point Sequential Circuit Schematic Diagram

As Suzuki was the first in the industry to incorporate multi point electronic fuel injection in a four-stroke outboard with the DF60 and DF70, it is only natural that the DF250 would incorporate the same. Along with Suzuki’s Multi Point Sequential Fuel Injection, the DF250 incorporates an ECM (Engine Control Module) which constantly monitors crucial data, in real time, from a series of sensors placed in critical areas on the engine. This comprehensive network of sensors includes the Manifold Absolute Pressure Sensor, Crankshaft Position Sensor, Intake Air Temperature Sensor, Cylinder Wall Temperature Sensor, Camshaft Position Sensor and Exhaust Jacket Temperature Sensor. To process all of this data efficiently, the ECM relies on a very powerful 32-bit computer which instantly calculates the optimum amount of fuel to be injected at high pressure into each of the cylinders by the Multi Point Sequential Fuel Injection system. This system greatly reduces exhaust emissions allowing the DF250 to pass both the EPA 2006 regulations and CARB 2008 regulations, the strictest exhaust regulations to date, while providing lower fuel consumption, smooth starts, crisp acceleration, smooth performance and maximum efficiency.

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