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Old 14th March 2008, 22:01   #166
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What is a Closed Loop and Sequential LPG Kit... If I am wrong let me rephrase..what are the 2 types of LPG kit... If I paid 20K in 2006 for a 45 Ltr Lovato kit what have I got...please enlighten me...
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Old 14th March 2008, 22:48   #167
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Search My friend...the answer lies in the Thread and others on the similar path !!!

At 20 K you would have got a Open Loop System- Which is regarded as First-Second Generation Tech, Closed Loop is 3 rd Generation, Sequential is 4 th Generation.

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You guys need to do a search. There was this guy with a Corsa 1.4 MPfi from Hyd who did a gas conversion. He was v happy with the results and also posted pics. If if works for Corsa it should work for the Astra.
hi there
i just moved into bangalore and I was wondering if you could help me in finding a good autoLPG maintenance guy for periodic service and tuning.
I am placed in kaggadasapura, next to CV raman nagar
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hi there
i just moved into bangalore and I was wondering if you could help me in finding a good autoLPG maintenance guy for periodic service and tuning.
I am placed in kaggadasapura, next to CV raman nagar
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hi i know a person named pandian, he is specialised in brc kits (open,closed,sequential), you may ask him for further details.
his workshop located in hosapalya and his mobile no is 9448133918
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I have a Tartarini LPG Kit in my Siena 1.6. Already done about 35K Kms with it. No major problems. I've also fitted the TEC99 Emulator, so there's no loss of power.
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I have a Tartarini LPG Kit in my Siena 1.6. Already done about 35K Kms with it. No major problems. I've also fitted the TEC99 Emulator, so there's no loss of power.
Do you have lambda installed ? what is the cost like ? What are your FE figures on LPG ? Thanks
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Do you have lambda installed ? what is the cost like ? What are your FE figures on LPG ? Thanks
What's a Lambda. I thought it was a part of the CNG kit. I got the Tartarini Kit, Eon Tank and a Tartarini TEC99 Emulator. Total cost was around 28 or 29K. The emulator itself was around 9K. The tank was fitter later. Earlier the guy used to fit original Tartarini Tanks. Now he uses a local brand Eon.
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It is the oxygen sensor which is mounted in the exhaust.Depending on the input given by the lambda sensor the stepper motor will act to vary the amount of gas allowed in to the engine.
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I found Lovato's LPG kit fitment instruction video on youtube so thought of sharing with fellow members.
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