Similar conversion kits have been available in the past, but you needed to import them from Brazil or somewhere else and take your chances with your warranty. Phil Lampert, executive director of the National Ethanol Vehicle Coalition, sent out a memo this week announcing the EPA's move and wrote "the compact conversion unit easily mounts in the engine compartment and continuously monitors engine and emission controls and delivers supplementary fuel injection to allow the vehicle to operate at optimal performance no matter what fuel blend is in the tank."
Flex Fuel U.S. told AutoblogGreen that they're hoping new kits for the Ford F150 and Dakota Charger will be approved soon.
[Source: Flex Fuel U.S. ]
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