Date: Mon, 12 Feb 2001 11:14:07 -0000
From: "BarneyC" <barney.craggsnopsamhouseDOTco.uk>
Subject: Re: Saab 900 and LPG


Joe, You can definately run dual-fuel cars, the Royal fleet and many of the ministerial cars are dual-fuel and consequently how they got through the problems last October. Don't know where you are but there are loads of fitters cropping up around London. The one in Palmers Green on the North Circular seems to convert just about anything. Barney "Shannon" <sthunenopsamAMPLEASE.up2date.com> wrote in message news:lDJh6.415353$w61.469834nopsamread.news.verio.net... > Joe- > First, just to clarify terms-- I assume that by "LPG" you mean Liquid > Propane Gas? (since you refer to gasoline as "petrol", I want to make sure > "LPG" means the same thing there as here). > > No experience with a SAAB on LPG (propane) specifically. But in general-- > No, an LPG conversion doesn't need "petrol" to start. I'm not sure you even > could run a dual-fuel system, because of the modifications made for the LPG > (altered throttle body/injectors, etc). > > Propane conversions are popular here in the states on fleet vehicles because > of the clean emissions, and the tax incentives that go along with them. > > hope this helps, > Geoff > >

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