I was recently advising an installer about the need for a K stop
That will have been me regards the old classic Merc I saw a few months back?
The guy had had one system fitted by a firm but that system had issues, so he went to another firm who removed that system and fitted another system but this system also had issues. Reckoned he'd spent about £10k on just having the head gasket done and having two LPG systems fitted, neither of which worked properly. He approached me on the basis of having me write a report for a court on it which he presumed might heavily criticise both installers, and also to have me sort out the issues with it... But he seemed to go off the idea when I told him I couldn't comment about the first conversion much at all, while the second conversion seemed to have appropriate components fitted and the car had run OK in my presence after I'd made just a couple of minor adjustments to settings and there might not be much scope for further improvements... Then he told me he was off to see yet another installer whom he had faith in because this installer had once converted a VW campervan for him which ran OK. This installer is very close to where he lives, begging the question why, when he had faith in the nearby installer, he didn't go there before coming the considerable distance to me.
I did advise him that successful conversion of a VW camper wouldn't have much bearing on whether or not they could improve on results with the the old Merc.
Since we're talking KJet I cannot resist the chance of bringing up the subject of flap openers! 'Hello Mr LPGman could you advise me?'. 'Yes love ooh Kjet petrol system eh. You need a flap opener and you've come to the right place'
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