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Tony Santara

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I've been ask to post here the details of my lpg convertion
converted by
Autogas Northwest (Runcorn) 01928 710011
cost was £1600 inc vat with 2 x 150 litre tanks fitted
my engine is a Ford e350 460 cu in V8 which i believe is cheaper to convert
 
Jul 29, 2007
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Hi Mine was done by:
Logical Automotive near Northampton
Gas Carb type
2x100 litre tanks fitted inside the rear frame rails with two fillers
Petrol tank dropped and reduced in length by about a third to enable the tanks to be fitted
GM 8.1 vortec
£3500.00

Reasonable installation but expensive. :(

Olley
 
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Hi Olley a lot of the cost must be in modding the fuel tank did they chop your tank or fit a small one ??

FORDY:Smile:
 

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Got quoted £2200 by your people Tony.

Mine needs a sequential one (is yours an injection engine?)
 
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Road Runner

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On my jeep I am not going to have much control over the fuel when it starts.

Apparently if its cold and not responding depress a small button on a gauge and that puts petrol in?

Am I right?

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Hi Fordy they chopped the tank for £500. Mines fuel injection john, and its not sequential injection, (gas carb)

Olley
 
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Tony Santara

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Got quoted £2200 by your people Tony.

Mine needs a sequential one (is yours an injection engine?)

hi John
yes mine is injection
maybe thats why your quote was differant
mine has a small button also next to the gauge so i can transfer from gas to petrol
i always start on petrol and then when its up to normal running temp switch to gas
this keeps the petrol system in good working order
 

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