Diesel/Gas Australia Pty. Ltd. of Australia develops a liquefied propane-gas injection system for diesel SUVs, reacting to a growing demand in the nation for LPG-fueled large vehicles. The Adelaide-based company claims the system’s injections of LPG (Autogas) increases torque and horsepower, while simultaneously reducing exhaust emissions and overall fuel costs. "LPG is introduced to the engine via the air intake," says Diesel/Gas Australia General Manager Kingsley Songer. "Because LPG ...

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