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 Post subject: Technocarb and BRC converter
Posted: Sat May 21, 2011 12:01 am 
Fordmods Newbie

Age: 44

Posts: 1

Joined: 20th May 2011

Ride: holdenwb

Location: tumbulgum
NSW, Australia

OK, need some advice on my setup. Straight gas Technocarb mixer with a BRC mixer. Was tuned on dyno and I get a good balance of power and economy for a V8. But cannot get the idle right, had 3 gas people look at it and it's no better. You set the adjustments on the BRC converter ( a nerld nut and hex sensitivity screw) and it seems fine then later on ( 5 min, 1 day, 2 weeks..random) it's not right and will either stall at idle or idle too fast. It seems impossible to set, have wasted money trying to get it right. Is the BRC a bit of crap or could there be things going on with the technocarb?

Any recommendations for a gas mechanic in the Tweed Heads area, they need to be s**t hot with LPG systems as I am tired of paying people trying to tune it and have to return the car for further attempts.

p.s there are no vacumm leaks.

Any help and/or recommendations greatly appreciated.

 Post subject: Re: Technocarb and BRC converter
Posted: Tue May 31, 2011 11:40 am 
Fordmods Newbie

Age: 64

Posts: 1

Joined: 31st May 2011

Ride: Nissan Navara

Location: Chillingham
NSW, Australia

Hi Anders,

I'm new to the Tweed area myself and also looking for a *good* lpg mechanic. Have you had any luck in your search so far?

Cheers, Gus
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