D..you removed "oxycat" What it's purpose? TIA
Meantime, its wait & see. I doubt they'll make "every rig" park it if they don't meet new e. standards right away.
Need particulars on time frame talked about. Good luck!
The only purpose i know they do and do well is eat fuel millage, create back pressure when mounted on the truck And give mice a nice home when installed in the barn.
Its part of Cats ACERT technology. SO it might be useful for over complicating a simple design, braking rockers, eating turbo's Or making insane amounts of boost for not near enough Horsepower to air ratio.
45+lbs of boost at times only making a supposed 550HP 1850 Ft lbs of torque with cats heavy haul program. Even though you could easily make the same HP in a mechanical motor with much less boost and better MPG's
And they wont make you park every rig immediately but as a systematic elimination of profits they have some time line for what amounts to a compression ignition ethnic cleansing.
TO top all that off their forcing fleets and O/O's to purchase soulless aerodynamic clown cars if your going to run farther than 100 miles from your home base. Trucks must meet the EPA's smart way specs. Air dams, side skirts, low rolling resistance tires, optimal gearing, low Drag. all those items are going to be fan friggingtastic when i have to haul 120,000 Lbs over a curb and into a muddy jobsite:icon_rolleyes:
Land of the free eh? last time i checked it used to be a free market but now the EPA is telling me what kind of truck i MUST buy. Thanks i don't know how i made enough money to feed my family and keep them from getting completely inundated with diesel soot and riddled with cancer before the CARB came along.
Sorry about the rant... :icon_mad:
Oh and all my powerstrokes are now getting DP tunes with a smoke setting