Silly technical LPG Turbo question
First i must excuse for bad english. I'm from Bulgaria (Europe) and recently found this forum. I'm a turbo entusiast and plan to run a low boost LPG turbo setup on my 1 800 cc Ford Mondeo, i think it's Contur in USA. I know that 1 800 cc is a very small displacement in comparison with yours 4 or 5 liter monsters, but here in Europe that's normal. I've already LPG on my car. Also got turbomanifolds, turbo - T3, other stuffs like oil and water hoses. May be intercoler will be added later. If compression ration need to be lower i'll skim pistons, cause i cant afford forged pistons. The question is: where must be LPG connected to intake manifold? Before or after turbo? I've also heard that converter must be balanced. What that mean? Is that a hose connected betwееn converter back side where it's opened ot atmosphere normaly and intake manifold? I'm looking for a scheme of LPG turbo setup and it's components, cause i'm plan to do it by myself, but can't find information about that setup. And the other question i have is: Why you guys runs Turbo on LPG? Is that for cheap LPG as fuel or it's because to run tubro on gaz is more complicated and expensive due to new engine ECU, higher flow injectors, fuel pump, ect.?