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RAND CAM/DIRECT CHARGE ENGINE ENTERS NASA AND DOD FUNDING AND APPLICATIONS ARENA

 VANCOUVER, British Columbia, July 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Reg Technologies Inc. (Vancouver: RRE; OTC Bulletin Board: REGRF) is pleased to announce that the Rand Cam/Direct Charge engine is being proposed for five highly specialized NASA and Department of Defense applications.
 The proposed development of the Rand Cam engine for these applications is part of the U.S. government's Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) "congressionally mandated" R&D funding programs.
 The SBIR projects are divided into two phases. Phase I has a funding limitation of $70,000 U.S. for each project and Phase II has a funding limitation of $750,000 U.S. for each project.
 The proposals are being submitted by advanced engine research and development consultants Adiabatics Inc., on behalf of Reg Technologies Inc.
 The five proposals are for the following applications:
 1. NASA "Propulsion Systems for General Aviation Aircraft" 01.04, LeRC (a family of 150 hp per rotor diesel Rand Cam rotary engines).
 2. NASA "Very-High-Altitude Aircraft Technology" 03.08, ARC (a study to optimize a diesel Rand Cam engine for 100,000 feet).
 3. DOD "Future Soldier System Power Source" A93-177, BERDC (a 10 hp engine and hydraulic pump for an "augmented" soldier).
 4. DOD "Diesel and JP-8 Homogeneous Mixture Fueled Rotary Engine" A93-181, BERDC (family of diesel Rand Cam engines).
 5. DOD "Advanced Marine Internal Combustion Engine" ARPA 93-111, ARPA (family of diesel Rand Cam engines for marine applications).
 The Rand Cam/Direct Charge engine is a unique rotary engine with a power to weight ratio of one horsepower for every three quarters of a pound of engine weight. The engine will deliver high horsepower at low rpm's (1,500) with a smooth, even and vibration free performance. The only moving parts of this engine are six vanes and a rotor.
 Reg Technologies Inc. will be notified by Adiabatics upon acceptance of the five proposals.
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 /CONTACT: John Robertson of Reg Technologies Inc., (U.S.) 1-800-661-6465 or 604-278-4455; or Investor Relations, Tandem Capital Inc., (U.S.) 1-800-831-2956, for Reg Technologies Inc./
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