Advancement through British tuning technology in your Audi
During the period between 2000 and 2008 Audi introduced an alternative diesel engine technology to the common rail system known as “Pumpe Duse” (PD) this was an attempt for Audi to create an in-house technology comparable to common rail diesel systems that would enable it to be less dependent on common rail system design owned by Bosch. But since 2008 Audi has moved back to using the common rail system on all of its diesel engines. One of the most common questions asked by customers when ordering a tuning box is whether their Audi has a Common Rail (CR) or “Pumpe Duse” (PD) engine. This is because the production of PD and Common Rail engines crossed over in 2008. If you have problems in selecting your model of car from the drop down list, we are able to look it up by its registration to identify which engine is fitted. The latets TDI-Tuning tuning box technology gets more out of your Audi than any other tuning solution.