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diesel

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mod. really good. I am set for a diesel evening and I intend to enjoy it.
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An older, dirtier diesel engine can produce eight tons of emissions per year.
The bulk of the orders are based on demand for diesel power generators in the Northwest to supply electrical energy to California and for diesel generator retrofit initiatives in Houston, Atlanta and the Northeast.
These new clean diesel powered buses offer the most modern and advanced technology to transit fleets in a much more cost-efficient manner than other fuel sources," Schaeffer said.
Compared to other diesels," he says, "the V12 is light--very light--and I am sure this weight will fall as we go forward.
Power-LMC, offers a simple answer as to diesel power's popularity: ``It's proven technology, and it's known for its high torque and high durability.
VW engineers have focused on diesels because they are so popular in Europe, and their expertise shows.
It requires no special equipment and will fuel any diesel engine, from a massive earthmover to a sailboat to the diesel pickup that tows the sailboat, or a zippy new 50+ mpg Volkswagen.
Currently, Bosch is working on the fourth generation of common-rail systems which will use a hydraulically amplified diesel injector.
We think the term clean diesel is an oxymoron,'' said Linda Waade, executive director of the Coalition for Clean Air.
The steamer runs competitively with the diesels as long as the price of diesel oil is above 50 cents a gallon, he says.
International Truck and Engine Corporation, maker of the world's best-selling mid-range diesel engines, today unveiled a new global brand for its 2007 on-highway automotive engines.
All these technologies have given diesels a new lease on life.
Congress should act this year to fully fund the 'Diesel Emissions Reductions Act' so that we can begin now to clean up America's -- and the Commonwealth's -- dirty diesels.
Pinson, an avid promoter of Rudolf Diesel's powertrain system, predicted advanced technologies--including Homogeneous Charge Compression Ignition (HCCI)--would make diesels cleaner and therefore more advantageous for the U.