Just a quick question... has anyone here got an Elko EP-100 LPG converter/vaporisor, and do you have any specs on flow-rates? The dyno graph shows the car starting to run out of guts at only 3500rpm, and it has been suggested that this might be because of a lack of lpg flow. This remains consistent with the fact that the exhaust valves are white from high exhaust temperatures (had the head off recently), suggesting it is leaning out.
To run the engine at 4800rpm (it's an EA motor, I don't want to push it to much more without a balance, and some better internal parts), there would need to be a gas flow of 283CFM, so I guess the converter might flow ~200cfm at the moment. If anyone could confirm this figure, that would be great.
Also, the converter hasn't been serviced since it was installed. Does anyone know if a service would boost flow rates back to what they may have been originally, or just make it more responsive (due to the plenum, it is INCREDIBLY slow to respond - makes for smoother driving, but if you ask for power, you wont get it anywhere near as fast as on Petrol).
TQE, SWB, ATPS, Worst of the E-series.. and I wouldn't have it any other way