The Bi-Fuel system conversion on the Transit requires no intake manifold drilling, cutting, or splicing of wiring.
Alliance AutoGas (AAG) announces that the Ford Transit 3.7L engine conversion to propane autogas is in development and expected to go in for EPA certification in early 2015. The Bi-Fuel system conversion on the Transit requires no intake manifold drilling, cutting, or splicing of wiring. The system provides OEM quality components and engineering with ½ the install time. With extended range capabilities the Bi-Fuel system insures a fleet gets where it needs to go, offering consistent performance. 21 gallons of useable propane autogas will be installed without compromising the vehicle’s current safety or operational benefits. The industry’s best warranty of 5 years or 100,000 miles is standard. The Transit will be the first “plug & play” conversion to be installed by AAG.
Replacing the Ford E-Series, the Ford Transit vans and wagons are available in single and dual-rear wheels models, with three body lengths and three roof heights to choose from. Configurations cover 8, 10, 12 and 15 passenger seating, providing flexible cargo volume and payload options. Compared with the previous Ford full-size E-Series van, the all-new Transit Wagon offers higher fuel economy ratings and is designed to haul cargo or carry people. The 3.7L Ti-VCT V6 surpasses the E-Series standard 4.6L V8 gas engine in EPA estimated highway mpg by 19 percent.
Alliance AutoGas will be featuring the Bi-Fuel Autogas Conversion system on the Ford Transit at the NTEA Work and Truck Show March 4-6 in Indianapolis, Ind.
For further information on Alliance AutoGas contact David Finder, National Energy Programs Manager for Alliance AutoGas at 228.215.0544 or firstname.lastname@example.org or go to www.allianceautogas.com.
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