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 Post subject: residue marks from somewhere on omvl r90e converter
Posted: Sat May 18, 2013 7:04 pm 
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my lpg converter appears to have a funny stain mark that looks like lpg residue. but cant see how as all the clamps are tight and the outlet has been secured properly
its a omvl R90e
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is this nothing to be worried about?
i'm yet to get it to my lpg mechanic to get it looked at, but havent had the car running till yesterday evening.

if it is.. i have the setup from the eb ghia still. so it will find its way on and retuned to suit.
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 Post subject: Re: residue marks from somewhere on omvl r90e converter
Posted: Tue May 21, 2013 3:50 pm 
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well.. i went and had a chat to a few lpg installers that are local to me.

apparently its nothing to be concerned about.
its just the wax residue from the lpg that's seeped past the gasket.

i'm of the opinion of it shouldn't be doing that.
its the first time its ever done it to me. as quite a few cars of mine over the years have been on lpg.

i think i might just fit the better flowing stuff and retune to suit.
as my b2 and impco 225 are the same age to the omvl and are spotless
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