Ethanol bike concept 🔥how it works?TVS Apache RTR 200 Fi E100 Ethanol|upcoming bikes

Ethanol bike concept 🔥how it works?TVS Apache RTR 200 Fi E100 Ethanol|upcoming bikes
Ethanol Fuel || Apache RTR 200 Fi Ethanol || Pros. and Cons. of Ethanol Fuel
भारत की पहली Ethanol Powered Motorcycle |
TVS Apache RTR 200 Fi E100 Ethanol Walkaround | Hindi | India’s First Ethanol Bike
By BIKASH BURNWAL
मुझे उम्मीद है दोस्तो वीडियो आपको अच्छा लगा होगा वीडियो को लाइक कीजिए शेयर कीजिए सब्सक्राइब कीजिए और ऐसी ही जरूरी जानकारी के लिए और लेटेस्ट अपडेट के लिए चैनल को सब्सक्राइब करें धन्यवाद
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TVS has launched the first Ethanol powered motorcycle in India. The TVS Apache RTR 200 4V FI Ethanol gets the same design as its petrol-powered sibling. Along with being bio-degradable, Ethanol as a fuel reduces the emission of Carbon Monoxide by up to 35 per cent.

The Ethanol run Apache 200 gets the same design as its petrol-powered sibling apart from the green decals on the fuel tank. The TVS Apache RTR 200 Ethanol gets an E100 200 cc single-cylinder engine which has a power output of 20.7 bhp at 8500 rpm and peak torque of 18.1 Nm at 7000 rpm. TVS claims a top speed of 129 kmph. The ethanol
TVS claims a top speed of 129 kmph. The ethanol powered Apache gets electronic fuel injection with twin-spray-twin-port system that ensures better power delivery while burning cleaner and emitting up to 50 per cent less Benzene and Butadiene gases. Ethanol is basically a oxygenated fuel blend of alcohol and gasoline which gives a higher octane number at lower costs and has cleaner combustion too. Using Ethanol as a fuel reduces the emission of Carbon Monoxide by up to 35 per cent. There is a significant reduction in the emission of Sulphur Dioxide and particulate matter too.
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