Bosch Motronic MED9.6.1 EMS Applied on a 3.6L DOHC 4V V6 Direct Injection Engine 2008-01-0133
Robert Bosch LLC North America has developed and calibrated an engine management system for gasoline direct injection engines. This system controls the General Motors 3.6L DOHC 4 valve V6 engine which features direct injection, variable valve timing and electronic throttle control. This engine powers the 2008 model year Cadillac CTS and STS. It is the first GM production direct injection V6 engine in North America. It produces 304 HP at 6500 rpm and 370 Nm torque at 5200 rpm. Emissions meet LEV2 Bin5 standards. Interesting features include wall guided direct fuel injection, homogeneous split injection for fast catalyst light off and one of the industry's first isolated injection systems for noise reduction. This paper provides an overview of the features of this system and focuses on the calibration development.