sequential gas injection LPG
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Author:  amnonholland [ May 24 2009, 12:17 AM ]
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new member here!!

running lpg multipoint gas injection. so nice and and smooth, no power loss, heaps cheaper to run.

sydney, Australia

Author:  hgallegos915 [ May 24 2009, 12:30 AM ]
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Author:  fowljesse [ May 24 2009, 1:27 AM ]
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Yeah, dude! Good on ya!
I'd like to know more, too!

Author:  amnonholland [ July 26 2009, 12:30 AM ]
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Hi all
sorry for the long delay.
finally some pics now.

not sure how to upload images, so here are the links to them.

LPG tank is mounted in back where seats would be (they were removed). It is a 100L water capacity i.e. holds bout 70L of lpg.
Results (MIxed driving, predominately city driving)

1 tank= 320km= $40 AUD

1 tank= 600km = $34 AUD

It is a hybrid fuel system. This means you can chose whatever fuel you like to drive on just by pressing the button in cabin.
Cold start uses petrol to operating temp is achieved, then lpg is used instead. The gas injection is closed loop computer controlled. Engine idles
more smoothly on gas than petrol. Power loss is not noticeable at all. From tests and estimates you lose about (1 second or less) on 0-100 km/h times. As shown in one of the images there is an interface in the cabin for LPG levels in tank and and switching between LPG and Petrol.

Feel free to ask any questions

$4000 (Total install cost)
-$2000 (Australian government rebate)
=$2000 (AUD) out of pocket expense ... 9543221138 ... 4312385474 ... 0587837394 ... 7965012434 ... 0277928066 ... 2950027154 ... 4101130306 ... 8789344610 ... 0872002258 ... 3929587730 ... 1189504514 ... 4689894562

Author:  mitmaks [ July 26 2009, 12:51 AM ]
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You should be in next Mad Max movie lol

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