Category Archives: Propane
SuperShuttle Finding ROUSH Propane Vans Effective Tools in Reducing Costs and Meeting Airport Restrictions
SuperShuttle, one of the most recognized airport shared-ride ground transportation companies in the country thanks to their blue and yellow vehicles, has been testing the ROUSH propane-powered Ford E-Series vans at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. Continue reading
“For the 2010 NMCA and NMRA season, Susan Roush McClenaghan’s She-Devil Motorsports-part of the Roush Drag Team-is fielding a freshly constructed ’10 Mustang powered by a naturally aspirated Four-Valve modular fueled by liquid propane.”
More than 80 journalists from the Midwest Automotive Media Association (MAMA) had an opportunity to see and drive a 2010 ROUSH Propane-Fueled F-250 during their annual ride-and-drive event at Road America in Elkhart Lake, Wis.
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. Continue reading
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is among the first, airport in the country to require servicing fleets to run their vehicles on an alternative fuel. This has left companies scrambling to fulfill the new regulations, and many are looking to ROUSH propane-fueled E-Series vans to meet the requirements.
AmeriGas Propane, L.P. Chief Executive Officer Gene Bissell took a tour of the ROUSH Performance vehicle assembly area to see first-hand how the Michigan company is gearing up to convert thousands of gasoline engines in Ford trucks and vans to run on propane. Continue reading
This photo represents just a few of the several hundred Ford F-250 and F-350 pickup trucks sitting in the parking lot awaiting their conversion to the ROUSH liquid propane injection system. Continue reading
Though they are not the biggest player in the propane industry, Kamps Propane is the biggest user of ROUSH propane-fueled vehicles in the western states. The family-owned company which prides itself on family values has 25 ROUSH propane vehicles in service throughout their distribution network.
ROUSH Performance is pleased to announce that the Knapheide Manufacturing Company has become their newest partner to sell and install their line of ROUSH liquid propane fuel systems for Ford Commercial trucks, vans and cutaways.
ROUSH Performance received positive news from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that their 2010 E-150, E-250, and E-350 propane fuel conversion system has met the Federal emission regulatory requirements as established by the government agency.