A new fuel-system device reportedly boosting gasoline-engine efficiency and reducing emissions while shaving costs 50%, will be introduced at the SAE Congress and Exposition March 6-10 at Detroit's Cobo Hall. Jointly patented by Robert Bosch GmbH and a newcomer to the U.S. auto industry, Hydra LLC, the component relates to how fuel is delivered to the engine. Not wishing to scoop himself, Hydra LLC General Manager Kurt S. Kushner says only that primary targets are light- and heavy-duty ...

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