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Reg Technologies' Air Vapor Flow System Tests Result in Reduced Hydrocarbon Emissions by 50%

16 March 1998

Reg Technologies' Air Vapor Flow System Tests Result in Reduced Hydrocarbon Emissions by 50%

    COLUMBUS, Ind., March 16 -- Reg Technologies, Inc.
(Vancouver: RRE; OTC Bulletin Board: REGRF) and its U.S. subsidiary company
REGI U.S., Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: RGUS) wish to announce the following test
results as reported by their engineer Patrick Badgley.
    The following test results confirm that the AVFS may be the answer to
one of the world's most serious pollution problems.

    Air Vapor Flow System
    The current round of AVFS testing on the 10 horsepower Tecumseh engine has
been completed by Adiabatics, Inc.  The following is a summary of the latest
test data where the power output is the same for the AVFS and the standard
carburetor fuel system:

                                                            Fuel
            Head   Exh.    CO2     HC    NOX   O2   Load    Flow    BSFC
            Temp.  Temp.   (%)    PPM   (ppm)  (%) (in-lbs) (lbs/  (lbs/hp/
               (deg F)                                       hr)    hr)

    Stock    258   1074   10.62   131   34.2   0.55   177   5.00   0.636
    AVFS     269   1096    9.14    66   27.6   0.72   177   4.92   0.625
    % Change 4.3      2     -14 -49.6  -19.3   30.9   ---   -1.6    -1.6


    -- Hydrocarbons were cut in half with the AVFS
    -- Oxides of Nitrogen were reduced by about 20 percent
    -- Fuel Consumption was improved

    Automotive manufacturers may also consider the AVFS technology because of
the following:

    -- May be an answer to one of the world's most serious pollution problems
    -- Is simple and inexpensive to manufacture, replace and maintain
    -- Is easily retrofitted on today's internal combustion engines
    -- Could result in manufacturing cost savings for internal combustion
       engines
    -- Could lengthen the life of an internal combustion engine

SOURCE  Reg Technologies, Inc.