Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by alexgurgov, Wednesday 21st Sep, 2016.
Hi everyone, who has an LPG SYSTEM can anyone tell me if they replace the spark plugs to others?
Alex I'm an LPG installer. Just use the recommended Iridium plugs, no need for so called special LPG ones.
Ok thanks.... and one more my installation very "ugly" can you send me some pictures of clean installation to show my installer to redo his work?
Check any of my installations @alexgurgov
Can you post pics of what yours looks like at the moment, I can offer some advice from that.
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Accord Tourer 2.4 LPG conversion by Speedy (Standalone Projects - )
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Hello @alexgurgov and welcome to Honda Karma..
@SpeedyGee is the stealth LPG expert so you are in the right hands ;D
Another one of mine Kris81 K24 cl9 (Accord/7th Generation - )
A walk through on the (re)install of LPG system on my own car Speedys Accord - Roobix : She's in Speedy's Garage ! (Accord/7th Generation - )
And one I did on my wifes car (not an Accord but still a K20 engine) FR-V/Edix LPG install by Speedy (Standalone Projects - )
@SpeedyGee which LPG tank do you install to your car? How much liters you fill in? Do you knew the dimensions of the tank?
What car do you have again ?
If you add your car to the Club Garage, the information will appear at the bottom of every post you make so we won't have to keep asking or guessing what car you have.
Assuming its a Accord Saloon :-
650x230 58 litre water capacity, about 46/47 LPG) if you want a flattish boot.
If you want bigger you can go for 650x250 or even bigger then 650x270 (72L litre water, 58L LPG). Thank will sit about 4"s higher than boot floor though.
Great thanks.... and how many kpl do you get on your honda?
KPL = Kilometres Per litres? we use MPG here I reckon the LPG will quite easily get 35MPG, speedy do you concur?
I get barely 32 MPG on gasoline.... maybe 30 MPG on LPG....
Back off the throttle and feather it more a 2.4 can easily get 40 plus MPG and yours is a 2.0.
You can expect a 15% drop in MPG on LPG in comparison to the Petrol MPG.
The best i get is 42 MPG on an open road and not more than 60 MPH.... and that was the slowlest trip i ever had ...
Any progress on this @alexgurgov ?
Still waiting for some pics of your engine bay mate.
This is how the installation look...