DETROIT – Turbocharging systems will require considerable improvement if diesel engines are to meet 2007 emissions regulations, says an executive at International Truck and Engine Corp. “When you take a look at what will happen in turbos, what’s good for today won’t cut it in 2007,” says Patrick Charbonneau, vice president-engine engineering at International, which builds as well as buys diesel engines for use in its medium- and heavy-duty trucks. The company also supplies Ford ...

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