Nick, I love the VAB acronym.
Speaking of acronyms
I know that the CC is designed to meet the CARB requirements. It is my understanding that CARB currently only regulates HC and NOx emissions, not the CO emissions. So...we get nebulous statements like:
"Indmar testing shows that the ETX/CAT substantially reduces carbon monoxide (CO) gases in all throttling modes with no measurable engine power loss."
Which I am sure is accurate and a reduction in CO has to be good. It must be my CPA brain in full tax season mode...I'd really like to see a number, something to the effect of: "reduces CO to 12 PPM" then we'd know that THIS option pretty much takes care of the CO issue.
I guess I'm back to my original question, does anyone know what the CO output is for the CC equipped marine engine?
Also, has anyone followed the CARB requirments for marine engines? I have tried to read what the requirements are and I swear the Internal Revenue Code is easier to understand.