The Full EPA Nod for GM and Isuzu Chassis with 6.0-Liter V-8
AGA Systems has followed up late last year’s U.S. EPA certification of its proprietary CNG-gasoline bi-fuel kits for 2013 General Motors trucks, vans and SUVs with approval of its DuraDrive kits for GM and Isuzu adaptable chassis platforms with the 6.0-liter gaseous prep engine.
The recent action allows the Kaysville, Utah-based firm to supply its kits for vehicles above as well as below 14,000 GVW. GM cutaway van, utility service body, bed delete, and Isuzu NPR trucks may now be converted to CNG for delivery, transportation, industrial and vocational work.
“Bi-fuel trucks equipped with the DuraDrive system easily transition between compressed natural gas and gasoline,” the company says, “offering drivers an extended mileage range.”
“There are virtually no limitations on truck body, bed, or engine configuration and no limitations on the choice of other truck accessories, now including the adaptable chassis platform applications.”
AGA says that its kits are high altitude and cold-start tested, “and operate seamlessly with the factory on-board diagnostics system.”
The company supplies a network of some three dozen installers nationwide, says marketing and business development VP Bryan Wilcox.
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Source: AGA Systems with Fleets & Fuels follow-up