CANBERRA – A fuel-injection system that allows almost any modern fuel-injected vehicle to run more efficiently on LPG Autogas (liquid propane gasoline) has won the Australian Broadcasting Corp.'s New Inventors TV program. The GTi Stealth Injection system differs from other Autogas fuel-injection systems because it uses the existing engine-management computer of the vehicle. Other systems typically require the addition of a second computer to bypass the engine's original management system. ...

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