New aftermarket Autogas system available for Ford V8 engine

Alliance AutoGas has unveiled an aftermarket Autogas System for the Ford 7.3L V8 engine at the 20th Anniversary NTEA Work Truck Show in Indianapolis. The new technology was displayed in a 2020 F-250 pickup truck at the PERC (Propane Education and Research Council) booth.

This bi-fuel engine will provide an average savings of $1.00 per gallon on fuel and extend operating range over 700 miles between refuelling, giving fleets an added advantage of not servicing complicated emission control systems or buy DEF (diesel exhaust fluid), as with diesel engines.

“It is exciting to finally see a modern high torque engine in the marketplace. With our Alliance AutoGas engineered system, this engine will offer a diesel-like performance at a fraction of the cost,” said Ed Hoffman, President of Blossman Services (the distribution partner for Alliance AutoGas systems).

“We are proud to display the latest engine technology from Ford and showcasing the benefits of Autogas. This technology is a great example of innovation, providing benefits of reduced operating costs to fleets that choose it, while offering significant benefit to the community in cleaner air and quieter streets.,” added Tucker Perkins, President and CEO of PERC.

For more information, please visit this link.

18 March 2020