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 Post subject: dc ltd lpg conversion q's
Posted: Tue Sep 06, 2011 12:36 am 
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hi all.
ive gotten myself a dc ltd to replace the eb. just have a couple of questions so i know what way its likeley going to be done
im going to need to put the dc on lpg. and the lpg fitter i go to is happy to use my full indate system from the eb. which is about 5 years old..its a impco system with peel controllers.

what i would like to know is.
the dc being a v8 which oxy sensor would the oxy pickup likely be spliced into.
as there is 2 on it iirc

and how do people mount a b2 and a 225 on a 5 litre?
im not bothering with svi as i dont have the funds available to me and i cant claim the rebate.
hasnt been long enough since my ute was done
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Posted: Wed Sep 07, 2011 8:33 pm 
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a 225 is going to hold a 5L back, It should be fitted with a 425.

 

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 Post subject: Re: dc ltd lpg conversion q's
Posted: Thu Sep 08, 2011 5:10 pm 
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tickford_6 wrote:
a 225 is going to hold a 5L back, It should be fitted with a 425.

ah ok.. i will have to get hold of one prior to getting it converted.

wouldn't the 225 simply flow enough pretty much?
only reason why i'd said 225. that is the current mixer, but i cant get it out of the eb currently anyways and it could be smashed for all i know
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