The D782 engine utilizes Kubota's proprietary E-TVCS combustion system, which allowed it to be certified to CARB ULGE
standards and those of the Japanese Ministry of Construction.
EPA Phase I and 1995-2001 California emission control regulations for ULGE
engines, the company said.
Kubota keeps improving the E-TVCS system, first introduced in 1993, when Kubota became the first engine builder to pass the CARB ULGE
(Utility, Lawn & Garden Equipment) regulations for diesel engines under 25 hp.
The engine, which has a displacement of 1.1 L, features Kubota's Three Vortex Combustion System, which allows it to meet CARB's ULGE