lpg removal from 80 series

J03l

Member
hey everyone just wondering before I start removing the lpg system from my car is it as straight forward as remove the tank and stuff under bonnet? also going to put a sub petrol tank back in as someone has changed it before I owned it
 

hiluxxury

Member
Yes its straight-forward enough. Naturally, ensure its completely empty.

You may need to have a certified lpg inspector give you the paperwork to say the system has been removed - I'd check with your state RTA on the requirements.
 
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Outrage

4x4 Earth Contributer
Does depend on the system config too. Some things to consider.
  • Moving primary pump back into main petrol tank area (if the lpg tank is in the place of the old main tank). The float for the gauge may need changing if it was altered.
  • Sourcing/installing transfer pump for sub tank.
  • Installing/modifying/removing fuel lines (depending on what was done with the lpg install).
  • Modifying electrics back to original - petrol/lpg switch operation changes. They may have also cut wiring that was no longer needed for petrol transfer to use connections for lpg system.
  • Cooling system lines to converter removal, plugging of connections.
  • Air intake modifications and mounting/brackets back to original. The inlet piping may have been changed to install the lpg system and its connection.
  • re-tuning timing for petrol (if changed for lpg)
 

J03l

Member
pretty sure the transfer pump is still on the car for the sub tank as I still have the button on dash and when pressed can here a click from back of car and gas tank is at the back was petrol and LPG I should have mentioned
 

J03l

Member
just need to get a dual fuel filler neck other than that the rest is there just need to pick up a tank
 

Swaggie

Moderator
hey everyone just wondering before I start removing the lpg system from my car is it as straight forward as remove the tank and stuff under bonnet? also going to put a sub petrol tank back in as someone has changed it before I owned it
You finding LPG too expensive :oops: :p :D
 
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