'Lost in translation' can be equally as relevant in terms of parts mate.. some firms can be an eye opener when used to decent service.
TBH you'd be better using lpgshop or tinley. Either are a lot easier to deal with and a lot less likely to screw it up.
Definitely agreed very good suppliers.
But I might add to that and say - Once parts are fitted, if the install is going to be a bit more techy/fussy than most to set up properly it can be better to buy (if not parts, then maybe services) from such as myself who expects to give that level of tech support... I include calibration (done here by myself) with kits / parts I sell, or can be done over the phone, though wouldn't recommend the phone method in case of a RRSC. Common scenario with RRSC's - DIYer fits new parts (injectors etc) and achieves what seems to be good calibration, except on subsequent days the MIL light comes on, bank1/2 fuel trim errors, and/or it comes on sooner during certain driving conditions. Everyone with a bit of knowledge seems to expect to be a very quick learner, no problem calibrating the LPG system on a fussy engine for them and just as well because it might otherwise take an experienced person's hands on to sort any problems and suppliers don't generally include much hands on with bits they sell.
Funny bit - What was one of the least reliable suppliers in the UK is still around and though their website says they have parts in stock they don't seem to have most of that stock. Same firm doesn't seem to have anyone left on staff with technical knowledge other than the boss who's never around. If we ask to speak to what was their most recent decent tech guy - which always was a good idea if you wanted to ensure they actually had stuff they were selling you in stock and furthermore would actually be sending you what you'd ordered - as opposed to another staff member telling you stuff was in stock when actually they hadn't bought or brought stock from Poland yet and furthermore would likely send you wrong parts anyway - seems they've taken to denying that the tech guy you want to speak to has also left to join another firm! In a recent chat they reckoned he still works there but doesn't speak English, which is funny because he always spoke decent English when we've spoken in the past. No confusion over tech guy, I asked for him by name
Full time LPG installer
Servicing / Diagnostics / Repairs to all systems / DIY conversion kits supplied with thorough tech support
2 miles A1, 8 miles M62, http://www.Lpgc.co.uk