OPTEC International Introduces Motorcycle Performance Technology
CARLSBAD, CA – October 3, 2018 / OPTEC International, Inc., (OTCQB: OPTI) today announced, after extensive testing, the Company is introducing the New OPTEC Motorcycle version of the Fuel Maximizer to the expanding OPTEC proprietary technology product lines. OPTEC International, Inc., the exclusive worldwide distributor of the OPTEC Fuel Maximizer, has now introduced the Motorcycle version of the Fuel Maximizer named the OPTEC MC1.
After extensive testing the OPTEC MC1 proved to have a significant increase in power resulting in enhanced acceleration and at the same time demonstrating an average of 10% fuel savings under normal operating conditions. The most noticeable result was the decrease in exhaust emissions which appeared to be almost odorless.
The tests were conducted on Honda and BMW Motorcycles, representing 2 of the most popular and best-selling brands globally. The demand for emission reductions from the Motorcycle pollutions globally has been a significant problem particularly in the 3rd World communities. The release of this new version of the Fuel Maximizer paves the way to help reduce the carbon footprint and ozone layer expansion.
Worldwide, there are over 200 million motorcycles in use and are the primary source of transportation in countries such as India, China, Vietnam, and Indonesia. Though motorcycles are more fuel efficient than most passenger vehicles, less stringent or non-existent emission standards allow them to emit up to 10 times more emissions. Motorcycles are one of the major sources of the following pollutants: particulate matter (PM), hydrocarbons (HC), carbon monoxide (CO), nitrogen oxides (NOx), and other hazardous emissions resulting from the release of burned and unburned lubrication oils. Worldwide demand for motorcycles is forecasted to expand six percent per annum to over 132 million units by the end of 2018, valued at $120 billion. According to Reports.com
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