I've had to get a new LPG converter (Thanks Mr Steve) for the wife's EF wagon and unfortunately it has all the pipes pointing in a new directions from the old one. (new one is a OMVL R90e)
Anyway, I've mounted it and started routing pipes to it.. and it looks like I'm going to need a new line from between the fuel cut-off and the inlet of the converter. For some reason the gas pickup is facing the engine so I need a right angle on that, and the cut-off valve is roughly 15cm from the pickup on the converter though I drilled multiple holes so can move it about 5cm closer if needed.
I've quickly marked where the pipe has to go with red arrows.
Also, some close photos of the fittings...
Fuel cutoff fitting:
The fuel cut-off had a solid connector to the old converter, so it's a threaded hole.
If anyone has piles of old LPG junk lying around in the shed or whatever, I'd be really grateful if you'd have a look and see if you have anything I could adapt, and let me know what you want for it.
Bummer, I may have to take out the unit and take it to a gas place to have the pipe made up....
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