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LPG is not the only environmentally friendly fuel. This area is for discussing the alternatives.
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bob hale
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Lpg

#1 Post by bob hale » Thu May 30, 2013 11:26 am

Hello ,I am still having the same problem with my 1956 Silvercloud. If I brake a bit hard she gets rich. I switch the gas off for 3 seconds till it clears then turn back on again.. Will it make a difference if the laporizer was lower down? I have restricted the air getting into the air breather. does not make to much Regards Bob

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#2 Post by Gilbertd » Sun Jun 02, 2013 9:38 am

Why have you posted in this forum and not in the Having Problems forum? You'll stand a much better chance of anyone seeing the post in there. How is the vaporiser mounted? North/South or East/West on the car?
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