The supplier’s engine lineup meets the current EPA regulations and the second step in greenhouse gas and fuel-efficiency standards, which take effect in 2017.
At the NAPT trade show, the school bus OEM showcases its various options for engine and transmission. Also, the company plans to add a gasoline engine option in the near future, then natural gas as demand grows.
Powertrain Integration, which supplies the 8.0L PIthon propane engine for school buses, selects New Eagle to provide a PC-based diagnostic tool.
The repair kit from Strictly Diesel can address dipstick adapter leaks on International T444E engines, according to the company.
The new bus, to be available in 2016, will run on a Ford 6.8L V10 gasoline engine.
Cummins Westport’s ISB6.7 G is a 6.7-liter mid-range natural gas engine that is based on the Cummins ISB6.7 diesel engine platform.
AMSOIL’s new antifreeze and engine coolants are formulated to deliver extended service life in gasoline and diesel vehicles up to 600,000 miles or 12,000 operation hours in heavy-duty and off-road applications.
The EPA and NHTSA’s jointly proposed standards for medium- and heavy-duty vehicles — including school buses — would cover model years 2021 to 2027.
The free mobile app provides access to Cummins parts options, parts catalogs and engine dataplate info for 15 million Cummins engine serial numbers.
Power Solutions International is purchasing Powertrain Integration. Both companies provide propane engines for school buses.
The CE Series bus with a Power Solutions International 8.8-liter propane engine, unveiled at the NAPT trade show in November, is now available for order.
Chevron Products Co.’s new heavy duty Ursa Super Plus EC SAE 10W-30 motor oil is designed to help improve fuel economy in heavy duty diesel vehicles now using SAE 15W-40 engine oil, according to Chevron.
A compressed natural gas model of the Thomas Saf-T-Liner C2 is slated to go into production in early 2016. It will be powered by a Cummins Westport ISB6.7 G engine.