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Posted: Wed May 17, 2006 10:15 pm 
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As the geeks could'nt help i thought i'd come to this forum. what is the mechanism inside the gas converter? can you explain please someone? thanks

 

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Posted: Thu May 18, 2006 12:59 am 
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well theres been 13 people who've looked so far and can't tell me anything. Three possibilites:
1, you don't like me
2, you don't know
or 3, you can't be bothered

I'm guessing is probably one of the last two. funny how we all know so little about this important piece of equiptment. I'm asking because i can smell gas comming off of it and it needs a fine tuning i hear there are two external components screws or something used for fine tuning. i'll probably get a gas mechanic to have a look, but if i'm just adjusting the mix its no big deal, considering i can lean out the mix, drive under load, lean out the mix, drive, lean, drive, ping, slightly rich, drive, fine all okay, then do the same at high revvs. but yeah the adjustment i hav'nt really seen anything external that could be used for adjusting the mix so i'm thinking it might be electrical through the ecu and the piggy back controller. Also if there is a little gas comming off the converter should i get a gas guy to fix it? or can i fix it myself? theres like a big brass bolt on the front side of my converter where a little bit of gas is trickling out. i was thinking of taking it out and putting anti-seizing compound on the thread and putting it back in again, my thinking is that the compound would stop the gas from comming out.

 

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PH 4480 racing extractors
lukey 2.5" sports exhaust
Chopper 19"x245 mags
pioneer deck, 6"x1.5" Splits (F) and 6" 3-way speakers (R)
Precision response 4x 100w amp and 1000w mono 10" sub
Got so much more to go!
tint, breaks and spoiler next!

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Posted: Thu May 18, 2006 1:31 am 
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we'll its a good thing i know about this stuff. here is a patent for an lpg system. its not exaclty what i'm looking for but i'll have a look around and see what i can find. later dudes!
http://patimg1.uspto.gov/.piw?docid=US0 ... ND%252BLPG)%2526OS=%252522demand%252Bregulator%252522%252BAND%252BLPG%2526RS=(%252522demand%252Bregulator%252522%252BAND%252BLPG)

 

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PH 4480 racing extractors
lukey 2.5" sports exhaust
Chopper 19"x245 mags
pioneer deck, 6"x1.5" Splits (F) and 6" 3-way speakers (R)
Precision response 4x 100w amp and 1000w mono 10" sub
Got so much more to go!
tint, breaks and spoiler next!

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Posted: Thu May 18, 2006 10:56 am 
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Ease up mate not everyone knows about LPG conversion and not eveyrone is on Fordmods that late at night.
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Posted: Fri May 19, 2006 12:49 am 
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lol true. However, there had been 13 views, surely one in thirteen people on fordmods.com must know about lpg

 

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PH 4480 racing extractors
lukey 2.5" sports exhaust
Chopper 19"x245 mags
pioneer deck, 6"x1.5" Splits (F) and 6" 3-way speakers (R)
Precision response 4x 100w amp and 1000w mono 10" sub
Got so much more to go!
tint, breaks and spoiler next!

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Posted: Fri May 19, 2006 1:15 am 
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nah we're hoping that someone else will :p
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Posted: Sat Jun 03, 2006 3:42 pm 
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Those 13 views could have been you checking back 13 times.

 

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