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Posted: Sun Nov 12, 2006 9:44 pm 
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Ive got an ef fairmont wagon, planning to go straight gas for now and then early next year blow thru with probably a GT3540 from a xr6t or maybe just an old to4 60-1.
My aim is 195-200rwKw, is it possible to use just a single gas line from the tank and 1 single converter for this much power?
Ive been told that I can use a BRC SX90 converter & simple mixer & single line from a local gas shop but I'm after a 2nd opinion. (Plus I can't find any info on the web anywhere about these units)
I will probably just get a GRA 440cfm throttle body & twin B2 converters & twin 8mm lines if its what I need I just wanna do it right the 1st time.

After reading on autospeed about Colin Townsends Valiant (http://www.autospeed.com/cms/article.html?&A=0024) it looks like you can run 1 mixer & 1 converter, im guessing the restrictions in the system are more likely the cut off solenoids or possibly the inlet to the converter itself.

Can anyone help me out?

Luke
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Posted: Wed Nov 15, 2006 6:45 am 
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just run the GRA mixer and twin B2's with twin locks and just use one line from the tank and T it off to each lock, I think people have gone way past that 200rwkw with a single line.

but if you are starting from scratch with the whole lpg system may as well fit two lines running off a T on the tank outlet.

 

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Posted: Wed Nov 15, 2006 7:23 am 
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ltd351T wrote:
just run the GRA mixer and twin B2's with twin locks and just use one line from the tank and T it off to each lock, I think people have gone way past that 200rwkw with a single line.

but if you are starting from scratch with the whole lpg system may as well fit two lines running off a T on the tank outlet.


That all sounds about right. Thankyou for you reply.
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