As part of the ongoing restoration of my 2007 Range Rover Supercharged I’ve removed the LPG kit from the car.
I’ve got a 94 litre 4 hole doughnut type tank that fits in the spare wheel well. I don’t have any pictures of this but it’s 100% rust free due to living in the spare wheel well of the car.
There’s a pair of 12 month old BRC Genius 1500 Reducers including bracket to mount them, and pipework (coolant and LPG). Receipt from Tinley tech for £216 to prove.
I’ve got a complete Flashlube system with reservoir and pump, including pipework.
There’s a BRC Fly SF ECU.
I’m also selling pre-drilled intakes with the LPG injectors already fitted.
I don’t have pictures of the injectors but there are also 8 BRC LPG injectors. There is also an intact LPG loom that starts under the bonnet and runs to the tank in the back of the car complete with change over switch from the cabin. I will include the pre-drilled piece of trim for the switch with the kit.
This kit has been carefully removed from the car with none of the wires cut other then where they were soldered into the car loom. The wiring diagram and installation instructions for the BRC kits are readily available online.
Here’s a freebie with the kit too! I filled the tank with LPG the day before I decided to do a major overhaul on my L322 so the LPG tank is virtually full! This is worth £80. There’s also 3/4 a litre of flashlube. The only thing you’ll need to buy is a filler port as I’m going to be leaving this in my rear bumper until I can find a new rear bumper.
My car ran perfectly on LPG and there was no difference in performance between LPG and Petrol. I’m only removing it as I’m doing an overhaul on the car and rebuilding the cylinder heads.
Everything that is needed to convert a Range Rover 4.4 AJV8 or 4.2 Supercharged, Range Rover Sport 4.4 AJV8 or 4.2 Supercharged or a Discovery 3 4.4 V8 is included here as well as the coolant and LPG pipework that was removed from my car.
I’ve no idea what it’s worth so I’ll advertise it at £500 but will listen to offers. As the tank is full of LPG it’ll need to be collected from Glasgow. Once my car is back on the road I could possibly meet somewhere between Glasgow and Manchester at a mutually convenient time.
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