What is LPG conversion kit included?
A full kit includes latest generation, full-sequential front-end with separate LPG ECU, injectors, vaporiser/reducer, pressure sensor, LPG solenoid/filter, vapour filter, switch, loom, pipes, hoses, setting software, instructions and full rear-end cylinder tank with filler – everything needed.
Is it worth converting my car to LPG?
Are LPG cars better for the environment? Yes. When LPG burns it creates up to 80% less NO2 than a diesel and around 5-7 times less than a petrol. LPG produces less CO2 and NO2 compared to petrol and diesel.
Is LPG conversion worth it UK?
On average, it takes 30,000 miles to cover the cost, and everything after that is pure saving. You will, however, have to pay more for car maintenance as the LPG system requires an additional annual check to pass the MOT. Nonetheless, the savings will definitely outweigh the costs.
How much mileage does LPG car give?
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What is included in an LPG kit?
Kits come with everything that is needed for the conversion, including a comprehensive fitting guide. Each LPG kit is supplied with a means to set up the system after the installation. This ranges from simple technical information, small handheld testers, to computer software on the most advanced systems (may require the purchase of a lead).
What are the required parts to carry out autogas conversion?
All required parts to carry out the autogas conversion in selected conversion kits and ECUs. Control units, reducers, gas injectors, sensors, wiring harnesses and accessories from reliable LPG brands like AC STAG, Prins, BRC, KME, Romano, LPG Tech. Comprehensive solutions for most types of 4/6/8 cylinder engines, petrol and diesel.
What is included in a petrol-LPG conversion kit?
As standard, our petrol-LPG conversion full kits are priced to include a single-hole cylinder tank (with frame, multivalve, gas-tight box, level sender and vent pipes) up to 90 litres.
Where does LPG conversion equipment come from?
Most equipment comes from Italy – a country that has been at the forefront of LPG conversion for the last 50 years. Several major brands of equipment are stocked, ensuring a wide range of equipment for all types of vehicles.