Why is a bi-fuel engine better than a single fuel engine?

The H-motor has two independent cylinder banks that may operate separate independently from the other but yet allow the power to be directed through one transmission.The advantage to such a system is that a cheaper or more readily available fuel may be used. Conventional dual fuel engines introduce different types of fuel into the same engine to perform properly since they cannot be designed to operate as efficiently as possible given the collective characteristics. Performance when using either side of the H-motor is not compromised while fuel efficiency and power is maximized.

 

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