Hmm, bit late on the Stargas advice Simon i'm afraid! It's been here a couple of weeks now! Thanks anyway! It came from a Ford Explorer 4.0 V6 which apparently churn out between 155-210bhp depending on year/spec so should be almost plug and play - i hope!
The price i mentioned was for both systems, bought separately on ebay including postage. I've also just won a tank for 99p (delivery comes out at about £40 though!) and another tank for about double that.
Both are toroidal and about 60L so all in all, apart from odds and ends, i've got two systems including tanks for about £240 ish and one even came with a roll of copper tube (new) which i'm guessing is about £30 on it's own.
No, i'm not a journalist but i think i've seen the article in question. In fact i think i have a copy of it somewhere on a disc. Always been into my Rovers though and have run them in various forms for 30 years starting with a P6 2000 and progressing to a V8 SD1 (had 7 SD1s, 5 were V8s), various 200/400/600 models, an early 820 yonks ago followed by a Mk1 827 Sterling, my current 827 Sterling and it's relatively recent stablemate an 827 coupe.
I did also briefly own an 827 SLi in the same colour as the other two but sold it to a fiend round the corner. He's making noises about asking me to convert that to gas as well................
Something i have been struggling to find though is an installation manual for a Stargas system - don't suppose you'd be able to help in that direction?
Got all the info for the AEB system including the software (but not the leads/adaptors) so i can at least get it wired and plumbed in while i wait for the lead to land from wherever. Apparently it came off a 3.5 V8 Range Rover with the Lucas "hot-wire" AFM so is probably set up within the ball-park for my 827 except the number of cylinders and maybe a bit of fine tuning.
Somewhere in Suffolk with a Jeep, 2 Rovers and a V6 Volvo