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GM to use OEC technology in 2005

  1. snuff

    6,931 posts.
    This kind of information has been a long time coming. We still have to see a release under GM's name. I am cautious but there could be a jump today in OEC. There should now be a definate bottom under this.



    Orbital picks up speed.

    07/03/2002
    ABIX - Australasian Business Intelligence: Herald Sun
    P39
    Copyright (C) 2002 Business Intelligence Australia Pty Ltd.

    Original Article By Keith Didham.


    Perth's Orbital Engine Corporation expects the first cars equipped
    with its fuel injection technology to be released in 2005. Delphi
    Corporation, which possesses the rights to make and sell the
    technology as part of its engine management system, has signed deals
    to install the system in new four-cylinder models to be released by
    four brands. The system has been tested in a General Motors' 5.3-
    litre Gen III V8 and 4.6-litre XV8 models, the latter of which is
    currently being developed.

    I have gotten the story from another chat board, http://groups.yahoo.com/group/oec2/message/12113

    Regards

    Desmond

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