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Old 03-13-2011, 06:37 PM   #1
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That'* really cool. Did you use the stock injectors or did you need to use a different size? Also how did you tune it for the new fuel? Who'* the power compared to gas?
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Capacity practically isn't lost, can be to 10 %, it depends on options. Transition from gasoline on LPG occurs automatically, but it is possible to switch and manually. The Starting engine operation on gasoline, at temperature 50 Celsius automatically is engaged LPG an injector. The injector petrol is disconnected. In a car now two fuel systems. Gasoline and LPG. LPG the injector has the ЭКО. System LPG is adjusted by the special program, but special options doesn't demand, has put and go.
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One of inexpensive LPG installations To 1000 dollars with work in Ukraine

Expensive installations - BRC, Prinse. To 2000 dollars with work in Ukraine
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