Australia's best-selling car now can be powered by a liquiefied petroleum gas-injection system that provides gasoline-equivalent power and torque, but with fewer emissions and lower operating costs. Orbital Autogas Systems Pty. Ltd. says its conversion kit for GM Holden Ltd.â€™s Commodore sedan achieves comparable performance by injecting LPG into the engine's inlet manifold as a liquid rather than a gas. Orbital's tests show no drop in the vehicle's power output when running on LPG ...
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