Until July KMI Got Time To Solution Motor Two Stroke - PT Kawasaki Motor Indonesia (KMI) is being troubled. How not, starting in August 2015, the Indonesian government would only allow the marketing of motorcycles with Euro3 emission standards. It was in accordance with the Regulation of the Minister of the Environment (PMLH) No. 23/2012 on amendments PMLH No. 10/2012 on Standards of Motor Vehicle Exhaust Emissions New Type Category L3. Automatic, motors made by Kawasaki engined two-stroke, can not be marketed threatened again in Indonesia. The closer August, Kawasaki Indonesia still continues to explore the possibility of a two-stroke motorcycle engine of his, to continue to swing in the streets of Indonesia.
|Kawasaki two never really be lost|
Deputy Head of the Department of Sales and Promotions KMI Michael Chandra Tanadhi explained, the company has done in-depth study about new technology that can be used on two-stroke Kawasaki motorcycle. However, the motorcycle-engined two just can not get in the terms established standards for emission Euro3. Is the standard noise that a wedge.
"All the studies have been done long ago, in fact we've managed to make the levels of carbon dioxide (CO2), according Euro3. Everything is already qualified, only one thing that still have not passed, is about the level of noise, "said Michael.
Two-stroke motors from Kawasaki, does have one characteristic sound fairly noisy. But is it true Kawasaki Indonesia is bound to inject a third die two-stroke engine model it? In response, Michael admitted still optimistic. He claimed that the company is still trying to create a new two-stroke technology, which is more environmentally friendly. Michael admitted, in July is the deadline to re-register the product to the Ministry of Industry. So, this time Kawasaki is being really think hard for motors besutannya two-stroke engine. Roughly, if they can find a solution in the near future? Read also Kawasaki Ready to Create Electric Motors and KMI Provide Versys 650 and 1 000 Versys Latest.