Suzuki ignis 1.5 4grip LPG Conversion

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Re: Suzuki ignis 1.5 4grip LPG Conversion

#21 Post by luke123 » Fri Jan 10, 2014 8:09 pm

Lpg Monkey wrote:
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Lpg Monkey wrote:So what once ur registered ur not bothered how its installed cos you can pass it yourself omg I can't believe you've just put that on an open forum that's bad m8 real bad. That's like an mot tester saying I know my wheels are hanging off and my brakes don't work but its on because I can pass it myself its true but its illegal and its just such bad practice its untrue. I'm afraid ill have to send this link to mike at the uklpg that is just making a mockery of all that every good installer stands for :shock:
I have edited my post meaning what i meant
Oh ok I'd of probably put what I meant in the first place like I'd of learned how to safely convert a vehicle before I'd started


Oh yeahhh

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Re: Suzuki ignis 1.5 4grip LPG Conversion

#22 Post by Lpg Monkey » Fri Jan 10, 2014 8:21 pm

Errrrm yeah my fingers usually type what my brain tells them to. There is sometimes the odd spelling or grammar mistake but I'm generally pretty happy with what I've typed before I hit submit

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Re: Suzuki ignis 1.5 4grip LPG Conversion

#23 Post by Gilbertd » Fri Jan 10, 2014 8:28 pm

C'mon lads, one thread has already been deleted, do you really want this one to go the same way?
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Re: Suzuki ignis 1.5 4grip LPG Conversion

#24 Post by luke123 » Fri Jan 10, 2014 8:31 pm

Gilbertd wrote:C'mon lads, one thread has already been deleted, do you really want this one to go the same way?
No tbh iv'e come on here to see what people would think of my work and didn't end up thinking iv'e got my ex-boss keep posting on my threads for no reason with such petty posts.

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Re: Suzuki ignis 1.5 4grip LPG Conversion

#25 Post by Tubbs » Sun Jan 12, 2014 10:58 pm

You two are hilarious ! I can see why you don't work together any more lol !
So what's the sketch fellas ?

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#26 Post by classicswede » Mon Jan 13, 2014 10:01 am

Handbags down :lol:
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Re: Suzuki ignis 1.5 4grip LPG Conversion

#27 Post by luke123 » Mon Jan 13, 2014 6:36 pm

Tubbs wrote:You two are hilarious ! I can see why you don't work together any more lol !
So what's the sketch fellas ?

At college doing level 3 motor vehicle, Air con exam retest coming up, learning dirty diesels with scoping.
I think lpg monkey must be upset or stinging as he keeps respondin on everything i do lol, P.s just recieved cop 11 regs;-)

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Re: Suzuki ignis 1.5 4grip LPG Conversion

#28 Post by luke123 » Wed Jan 15, 2014 5:24 pm

Done some more work today, Filler and pipework to multi-valve done and reverse parking sensors fitted.

Iv'e also Measured The lengths of pipework and they're no longer than 30cm, iv'e also re-routed them better so they'e virtually near enough the same length's.

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Pictures below of the injector nozzles to show where iv'e mounted them

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Re: Suzuki ignis 1.5 4grip LPG Conversion

#29 Post by luke123 » Wed Jan 15, 2014 5:27 pm

Picture to show where the manifold end's and where the nozzles is

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Re: Suzuki ignis 1.5 4grip LPG Conversion

#30 Post by Gilbertd » Wed Jan 15, 2014 5:54 pm

Erm, what's the bit of pipe going up through a hole in the first and third pictures? If it's the feed from the filler to the tank or from the tank to the front end, it should be running inside a vent tube, if it's something at the front of the car, then it needs a grommet at the very least. Is the pipe visible along it's whole length?
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Re: Suzuki ignis 1.5 4grip LPG Conversion

#31 Post by luke123 » Wed Jan 15, 2014 6:02 pm

Gilbertd wrote:Erm, what's the bit of pipe going up through a hole in the first and third pictures? If it's the feed from the filler to the tank or from the tank to the front end, it should be running inside a vent tube, if it's something at the front of the car, then it needs a grommet at the very least. Is the pipe visible along it's whole length?

Yeah don't worry it's running through a vent tube, @!## picture really, yeah visible of the whole length

it's from the filler to the tank

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Re: Suzuki ignis 1.5 4grip LPG Conversion

#32 Post by lukie » Thu Jan 16, 2014 7:19 am

Did I notice the LPG housing had been painted but the filler cap hasn't?

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Re: Suzuki ignis 1.5 4grip LPG Conversion

#33 Post by luke123 » Thu Jan 16, 2014 11:07 am

nope standard, not been painted

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Re: Suzuki ignis 1.5 4grip LPG Conversion

#34 Post by Speedy999 » Thu Jan 16, 2014 1:56 pm

luke123 wrote:
Gilbertd wrote:Erm, what's the bit of pipe going up through a hole in the first and third pictures? If it's the feed from the filler to the tank or from the tank to the front end, it should be running inside a vent tube, if it's something at the front of the car, then it needs a grommet at the very least. Is the pipe visible along it's whole length?

Yeah don't worry it's running through a vent tube, @!## picture really, yeah visible of the whole length

it's from the filler to the tank
I'm still not sure what we are looking at. If there is vent tube on the other side, how is it held in place ? Surely you would need a top hat poking through the hole.

If the pipe is visible the whole length then isn't that contradicting the fact that its covered by a vent tube for some of it's length.

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Re: Suzuki ignis 1.5 4grip LPG Conversion

#35 Post by luke123 » Thu Jan 16, 2014 4:18 pm

Speedy999 wrote:
luke123 wrote:
Gilbertd wrote:Erm, what's the bit of pipe going up through a hole in the first and third pictures? If it's the feed from the filler to the tank or from the tank to the front end, it should be running inside a vent tube, if it's something at the front of the car, then it needs a grommet at the very least. Is the pipe visible along it's whole length?

Yeah don't worry it's running through a vent tube, @!## picture really, yeah visible of the whole length

it's from the filler to the tank
I'm still not sure what we are looking at. If there is vent tube on the other side, how is it held in place ? Surely you would need a top hat poking through the hole.

If the pipe is visible the whole length then isn't that contradicting the fact that its covered by a vent tube for some of it's length.

The vent tube throught the centre of he tank, held in with the fitting screws you get with the tank and sealed with some sikaflex, Pipe is fitted from the tank and the vapouriser now ;)

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Re: Suzuki ignis 1.5 4grip LPG Conversion

#36 Post by Gilbertd » Thu Jan 16, 2014 5:01 pm

But you still need a top hat poking through the hole? Are you saying that you've assumed that the hole in the middle of the tank is the vent tube?
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Re: Suzuki ignis 1.5 4grip LPG Conversion

#37 Post by luke123 » Thu Jan 16, 2014 5:54 pm

Gilbertd wrote:But you still need a top hat poking through the hole? Are you saying that you've assumed that the hole in the middle of the tank is the vent tube?
The vent tube is sticking out of the hole slightly?

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Re: Suzuki ignis 1.5 4grip LPG Conversion

#38 Post by Speedy999 » Thu Jan 16, 2014 11:10 pm

Ah yeah, I see what I'm looking at now LOL.

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Re: Suzuki ignis 1.5 4grip LPG Conversion

#39 Post by luke123 » Sat Feb 15, 2014 7:05 pm

Not done anything to the car yet, With the weather being what it is and recently got myself a new apprenticeship :D

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Re: Suzuki ignis 1.5 4grip LPG Conversion

#40 Post by Tubbs » Sat Feb 15, 2014 9:08 pm

With a gas converter or something else ?

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