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Hybrid E-Charger Showcased at SEMA

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LAS VEGAS, Nov. 2, 2017—Johnathan Goodwin, creator and founder of H-Line Conversions, is showcasing his E-Charger System in booth 52014 at the SEMA Show. The E-Charger System is mounted on the spectacular gold 6.0-liter 1957 Pontiac Chieftain.

The E-Charger System is a bolt-on electric hybrid motor. The installation was tested by SEMA and the system showed a 47 percent emissions reduction and at least doubles fuel mileage. It increases power up to 150 feet per lb torque without sacrificing fuel economy and emissions.

This bolt-on technology is able to mount onto any application and therefore allowing all persons equal opportunity to improve each one’s relationship with their vehicle, and the vehicle’s relationship to the planet.

“The E-Charger System is a stop-gap solution for existing technology," says Goodwin. "It allows you to bolt-on a system to create a hybrid out of any application out there. By doing that you increase fuel efficiency, increase power performance, and most importantly you reduce emissions." 

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