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LICENSING AND JOINT VENTURE AGREEMENT PENDING FOR RAND CAM/DIRECT CHARGE ENGINE

 MORGANTOWN, W.Va., Oct. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Reg Technologies Inc. (Vancouver: RRE; OTC Bulletin Board: REGRF) is very pleased to announce that negotiations with a worldwide aerospace company are progressing well.
 Reg Technologies and this "Fortune 500" company, a major defense contractor involved in aerospace and military work for the U.S. Department of Defense, are negotiating a joint development license agreement for the purpose of developing the "Rand Cam/Direct Charge Engine" primarily for defense applications.
 Details of this agreement will be announced when the joint venture development and license agreement has been finalized.
 INVALUABLE TEST DATA FORTHCOMING ON RAND CAM/DIRECT CHARGE ENGINE
 The Centre for Industrial Research Applications at the University of West Virginia has been focusing the ongoing development of the engine in two areas 1.) continuing testing of the first prototype and 2.) incorporating these results into the second prototype. The first prototype has been studied extensively to improve wear, sealing and combustion characteristics and manufacturing limitations.
 The first prototype is also being equipped with pressure transducers inserted into one of the stator halves to determine the pressure-volume relationships during the compression to the expansion processes. This work will not only document the sealing efforts but will provide some invaluable data on the overall combustion process for the engine.
 In regard to the second prototype, the rotor and stator have been finalized and the raw materials acquired. The final seal and combustion chamber design are on track and targeted for completion this month.
 The Rand Cam/Direct Charge engine is a unique internal rotary combustion engine with a power-to-weight ratio of one horsepower for every 3/4 of a pound of engine weight. The engine will deliver high horsepower at low rpm's (1500) with a smooth, even and vibration-free performance. The only moving parts of this engine are six vanes and a rotor.
 The technical development of this engine constitutes an engineering exercise unrivaled in engine design since the 1950s when Wankel introduced the first rotary engine which earned the German inventor $200 million from licensing agreements.
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 /CONTACT: John Robertson of Reg Technologies, (U.S.) 1-800-661-6465, 1-800-665-4616 or 604-278-4455; or Tandem Capital, (U.S.) 1-800-831-2956/
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