1966-02-01

DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE GENERAL MOTORS AIR INJECTION REACTOR SYSTEM 660106

The General Motors Air Injection Reactor System meets the California standards for hydrocarbon and carbon monoxide emission and will be installed on most 1966 GM cars and light trucks sold in California. The various components of the system are described along with their calibration for optimum emission control, and the special techniques used to analyze the system performance on the California Cycle emission test.

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