Turbo-3000D set to roll out new wares at ITS

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TONAWANDA, N.Y. — Turbo-3000D, says it will unveil its new Vada unit at the International Trucking Show (ITS) in Las Vegas this month.

The maker of clean-burn fuel savings devices for diesel engines, which boost fuel savings by as much as 10 per cent, says the new Vada model will also offer a substantial pricing advantage over competing technology.

Company president Andy Matuch says the Vada model brings together state-of-the-art aerospace engineering and materials, while continuing to provide increased fuel economy, decreased emissions, and increased horsepower.

Owner/operators and fleets alike will be able to benefit substantially, according to Matuch. The average cost of the Vada unit, including the installation kit, is less than US$200. For more details on the Vada from Turbo-3000D, watch for Truck News’ coverage of the ITS show.

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