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INDEPENDENT U.S. ENGINEERING FIRM REPORTS THAT THE RAND CAM/ DIRECT CHARGE ENGINE WILL FAR SURPASS ALL CURRENTLY KNOWN ENGINES

 VANCOUVER, British Columbia, June 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Reg Technologies Inc. (Vancouver: RRE; OTC Bulletin Board: REGRF) wishes to announce that an independent report by a private company specializing in advanced engine concepts compared the advantages of the Rand Cam/Direct Charge engine with all currently known engines in "best in class" categories.
 It is becoming apparent through engineering analysis that this revolutionary engine will far surpass all currently known engines including the Wankel Rotary Engine and the latest military diesel engine technology.
 The findings by the company, which has conducted extensive work on projects for the U.S. Army (TACOM), U.S. Department of Energy, and NASA are as follows:
 1. Compactness -- For the same diameter and length the Rand Cam/ Direct Charge engine will deliver two to three times the power of a Wankel type rotary engine.
 2. Multifuel -- A true diesel engine configuration of the Rand Cam/ Direct Charge engine with a compression ratio exceeding 20:1 will exceed the multifuel capability of the latest military diesel engine technology which has a lower compression ratio.
 3. Simplicity -- The lack of a set of timing gears and no rotor bearing makes the engine simpler with fewer parts than a Wankel engine.
 4. Reliability -- The low number of key parts will enable the engine to achieve a higher level of reliability than the Wankel engine which is without a doubt the most reliable high output engine today.
 5. Weight -- The weight advantage is predicted to be at least 50 percent compared with a Wankel engine. This advantage is all important for aircraft, many marine applications, all military applications and all portable and hand-carried machines.
 6. Emissions -- The exhaust emissions are expected to be equal to the best diesel engines and much better than the Wankel engine.
 7. Vibrations -- The engine should be virtually free of vibrations much lower than even the Wankel engine.
 8. Noise -- The low vibration levels will virtually assure low levels of generated vibration noise transmitted to other structures in the application in which the engine is being used.
 The report was compiled following extensive research and investigations on the Rand Cam/Direct Charge Engine. Company engineers reviewed all business and technical reports, Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) papers which were prepared by West Virginia University's (WVU) engineering team and interviewed six engineers at the University's Centre for Industrial Research Applications (CIRA). In addition, the engineers visited CIRA laboratories, viewed the plastic model and were given demonstrations of the computer model on the CAD three-dimensional modeling computer system.
 Based on the review, the company recommends that the development of the engine be continued to a commercially successful prototype.
 The name of the company will be given out upon request.
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 /CONTACT: John Robertson, president of Reg Technologies Inc., (U.S.) 1-800-665-4616 or 604-278-4455; or OTC Bulletin Board Market Makers, Public Securities, (U.S.) 1-800-925-5157/
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