LPG genny gas conversion (1 Viewer)

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Found having the gas diaphragm a bit bulky bolted onto the side of my Honda EuU10i so did this! So lpg if I need the genny whilst away and can use the quick release connector close to the genny and use petrol if needed elsewhere. The small blue wheel is to regulate the fine tuning of the lpg, as I found even when the Diaphragm was mounted on the genny it would hunt a bit on low power.
 

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I did the same with my previous motorhome, mounted the regulator under the motorhome and when I needed the EU10 just attach it with the quick connect connections đź‘Ťđź‘Ť
 

Basildog

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Unfortunately not correct at all , regulator needs to be mounted as possible to the inlet of the engine.
Get a backfire on that and you won’t find it such a good idea ⚠️
 
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i stand to be corrected, what is the backfire that could have a bad effect please?

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Gary Molloy

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Can I jump in on this post please,as LPG related.i have the LPG conversion fitted,2 bottles and on filling up,1 fills in seconds and the other very slow and gets half full and stops.so I'm thinking everything is fine,up to the gas going in the other bottle.any experience of this please.tia.
 

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