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Old 04-07-2005, 11:01   #1 (permalink)
Byrocat
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Conversion of 850 to anything but gasoline

With gas expected to break through $55US a barrel permanently and
possibly even $100US within the next few years, I'm seriously
considering flipping my car to either natural gas or better yet,
e-power.

Anyone know of websites that deal with what it takes to convert a
Volvo off of liquid hyrdocarbons?

I know that some will say "why convert the 850?" and I agree, but I'm
driving that currently and most of the V40's in the wrecker yards are
usually crunched.
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Old 04-07-2005, 14:02   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Conversion of 850 to anything but gasoline

bdealhoy@sympatico.ca (Byrocat) wrote:

> Anyone know of websites that deal with what it takes to convert a
> Volvo off of liquid hyrdocarbons?


Google Volvo and bi-fuel. Volvo makes bifuel volvos that use gasoline
and/or LPG. It should be an easy conversion with all stock parts.
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