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Old 04-23-2003, 04:04   #1 (permalink)
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Question Regain power on LPG

what's the go for more power with LPG? any info on turbo-zet? She's a bit too sluggish off the mark or when I need it.
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You cant have the best of both worlds GasXT.
LP Gas inherently sacrifices some power.
Best you can do is ensure you run it on petrol on a regular basis to keep components lubed.
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Mavss there is no petrol tank in the E-gas BA Falcons dude.
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A few things you could do to get a few more neddies from a E-gas BA is to get some decent headers and a larger exhaust system. You could always throw in a supercharger. A better cold intake system could help too. Put a 3.73 diff ratio as well could help. ;-P
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By rights, you shouldn't notice much difference off the mark between petrol and e-gas.
There is only a few Nm difference in torque between the 2.
If its that much different, maybe your car has a problem
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