Propane is used successfully every single day by fleets to save money and clean up the environment. Its virtues are well documented for those uses, but what about on the racetrack? It turns out that propane is also an excellent fuel for performance and motorsports applications. RacePages took a look at what engines ROUSH® is developing for the quarter-mile crowd.
They wrote, “…We had never heard of propane being used as a fuel for a (racing) application, and in fact, the revelation surprised us. However, once he started to extol the benefits of what propane offers, like its 105 octane rating and inexpensive cost, it began to make a bit more sense. With that in mind, we made plans to visit the (ROUSH®) facility and find out a bit more about this emerging technology.”
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