Date: Sat, 14 Jul 2001 12:25:30 -0500
Reply-To: Marshall Ruskin <mjruskin@HOME.COM>
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From: Marshall Ruskin <mjruskin@HOME.COM>
Subject: Re: LPG diesels, anyone?
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I asked the list about that last year, I think.
The consensus was that it wouldn't work - because the gas is too dry - or
I don't really understand that, but I've never ran a diesel or lpg, either.
What I've been wondering lately is why in America, where diesel fuel is
often more expensive than regular fuel, people don't run regular fuel in
their diesels instead.
There must be a good reason.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Andrew Grebneff" <andrew.grebneff@STONEBOW.OTAGO.AC.NZ>
Sent: Saturday, July 14, 2001 5:47 AM
Subject: LPG diesels, anyone?
> Anyone tried running a diesel on LPG or CNG? No reason it wouldn't work,
> and I believe it's being tried in Australia right now.
> Imagine... a smoke-free diesel which doesn't soot-up its own oil!! 15000km
> oilchange-intervals! Nissan's new DOHC diesels use a centrifugal filter to
> give 15000km intervals too).
> Jeez, how about running nitrous as well? A nitrous-injected LPG EFI
> Andrew Grebneff
> 165 Evans St, Dunedin, New Zealand
> ph 64 (3) 473-8863
> fax 64 (3) 479-7527
> VW & Toyota vans, Toyota diesels and Macintoshes rule
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