U.S. EPA Approval for 4.8- and 6.0-Liter Engines
Cleveland-based NatGasCar reports U.S. EPA certification of its compressed natural gas-gasoline bi-fuel conversions for 2012 and 2013 General Motors 6.0- and 4.8-liter engines.
“The EPA certification of the GM 4.8 and 6.0 liter engines enables us to diversify our product portfolio and provide wider market access to the patented NatGasCar CNG engine injection solution,” NatGasCar president Brad Trembath said in a release.
“Our launch of the GM engine platform system enables major fleets and private users to immediately reduce their operational cost,” said sales director Joe Wray.
‘A Uniquely Engineered Manifold Exchange Program’
NatGasCar conversions have previously been approved for Chrysler engines and vehicles.
The firm claims “a uniquely engineered manifold exchange program that requires no drilling and tapping of manifolds,” designed with “best in class” components to eliminate customer downtime.
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