A retrofit fuel injection system that will fumigate hydrous-alcohol into a vehicle's diesel engine resulting in a partial displacement of petroleum fuel and major reductions is engine exhaust emissions. Test have been completed that support FMD's Hydrofire injection will meet 1998 EPA emission requirements on new electronic infected diesel engines.
A vehicle microprocessor that involves management of a engine fuel system, or dual fuel system, based on variables such as vehicle speed, vehicle weight, road grade, gear state, and wind resistance that are normally controlled by a drivers foot pedal. This intelligent vehicle technology will assist the vehicle operator by it's interface into the vehicle throttle to obtain an improvement in vehicle fuel economy and a significant reduction in engine exhaust emissions. This device is the "brain" to fleet savings and reduced emissions.
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