Date: Sun, 15 Aug 2004 12:35:41 GMT From: Johannes H Andersen <johsnospamwonacxvusoxsizefitternmcoewxer.com> Subject: Re: What you think as spam saves me and mine loadsamoney!
bern wrote: > > I fail to see why, when someone approaches this group with a sound > financial technological revision for 900 classics, the first responses > are concernined with spamming. > This group seems to talk about many things, covering many topics, even > slipping the odd car in for sale. I use this group occaisionally for > help on 900's, being as I have about 10 900turbos of in various finishes > and years. > I have been working on the installation and have found the engine reacts > well to the lpg injector rail I have fitted, running at about 1.5bar > I am well versed with the codes of practise,and was trained as an > instructor with 2 companies, one an full member, and have been in the > industry for 6 years, firstly designing venturis, and now have designed > hardware for adaptive injection. I decided to share this with the group, > as there are currently only low power multipoint systems available, and > these cannot tune a 900 engine due to mass flow correction interference. > > I would not bother to write drivel, being a waste of time. > I just thought I'd clear that up. > Bernie As someone mentioned, your post was borderline. Perhaps it would have been better if you had replied to someone interested in LPG conversion. This group should not be stuffed by all kinds of offerings, imagine where this could lead to. However, references are often provided for particular solutions, e.g. I recently posted a supplier URL for DI cassettes. I have used this supplier in the past, but have no commercial interest. Now LPG. I understand that there are certain risks involved and you would expect the operator to be highly skilled and member of professional bodies and associations. Secondly, turbo engines need to get rid of excessive heat and LPG combustion operates at a higher temperatures. 'No power loss' is an optimistic statement, but that is perhaps not the reason for converting to LPG. The decision will basically depend on your annual mileage, there must be a threshold quite high mileage for considering LPG.