Just converted a Nissan Elgrand http://www.lpgforum.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=27&t=14190
A fair bit of work this week coming from only one customer. For this guy I've in the past converted his souped up Chrysler 300C SRT8 with 6.1 Hemi, souped up Jeep SRT8 with 6.1 Hemi (both with over 400bhp!) and sorted LPG issues on his Ford Mustang that he bought already LPG converted. The Mustang wouldn't run properly on LPG before I sorted it partly due to the installer not fitting a fuel return system. Think I've sorted LPG issues on one or two other LPG vehicles for him too. For his Christmas present to his brother he paid me to make a 'gift card' entitling his brother to an LPG service
. Neither brother local to me but this one is really into his cars and reckons he likes to find the right man for the job for anything concerning his cars. A clued up guy, IT specialist and knows how to cut through BS in any field, knows a thing or two about cars and is prepared to do whatever it takes to get something to the performance and spec that he wants, thinks nothing of nipping out to Detroit just to look at car parts (maybe buy while he's there) so doesn't hesitate to drive to me for LPG work!
This week for the same guy I've: Serviced the BRC system on his 'normal' 4L straight 6 Jeep and identified a duff lambda sensor (even though it was supposedly changed 3 weeks ago elsewhere) / removed the LPG components from the engine bay of his Mustang so that the top man on Mustangs in the UK (so I'm told and I'm sure he got that right), who races Mustangs, is happy to work on the Mustang engine. He is having a different manifold and different cams fitted to the engine, the result of which will be a bit more engine power (another 80bhp or so) and an engine note similar apparently to hotrods of the 1960's partly due to the firing order of the engine being changed. The manifold will keep with his 'shaker' hood/intake, he definitely likes the shaker! I suggested if he wanted more power he could have a supercharger fitted... 'Hmm' he says, 'But that would mean me losing the shaker... hang on tho they do a super-shaker, hmm... you've set me thinking'
. After the Mustang specialist has done his work he will be returning to me for the LPG system to be refitted, remapped and possibly upgraded. It definitely needs a new diagphram in the reducer anyway, the rear seat has already been removed (roll cage fitted) and I'll be fitting a secind tank in place of the back seat / Serviced the LPG system on the Jeep SRT8 that I converted for him several years ago and has never had a problem.
A couple of other customers ths week too, a guy coming a fair distance for a problem with his Prins system sorting tomorrow and it servicing.
I didn't take pics of all the above mentioned vehicles when I've had them in for conversion, never used to bother, but I took engine pics of the Jeep SRT8 and Mustang (below) when they were here the back end of last week and this week.
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