(a) Tyron (b) Bigas SGIS
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    (a) Tyron (b) Bigas SGIS

    Hi fellow sufferers/enthusiasts,

    (a) Has anyone tried the basic version of these?

    http://www.tyron.com/pages/extended_runflat.htm

    Do they make it a pain to subsequently change tyres?

    (b) Has anyone fitted one of these themselves?

    http://www.lpg-it.com/page/lpg_kits_3.cfm

    Cheers,

    Rod
    2000 4.0 HSE

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    Re. b)
    Should be possible to d.i.y., but i'd check on legality in your location. Not something you'd want to get wrong though- if in doubt, let it out to a registered lpg installer.
    I've also heard that the sequential system is best for our engines- lesser systems suffer from expensive MAS-destroying backfires.
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    bigas system

    hello mate with referance to the lpg system yes i bought one and fitted it my self with very few problems it cost me a little over £800.00 from a company called tinley tech from cambridge , very helpfull guys i would recommend them to anyone.
    i fitted this bigas system to my 97my hse and after a couple of glitche`s initially it now operates brilliant and i cant feel no power loss whatsoever swithing fron petrol to lpg , i hope this helps.
    rick.
    if it aint broke , why fix it ???????????

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    Thanks for your comments

    Rick, would you mind if I corresponded with you via PM or spoke to you on the phone about the LPG kit. I think mine came from Tinley Tech originally - I bought it from a guy who didn't, in the end, fit it.

    Is there any chance that you could make a copy of the calibration CD for me as I don't have this?

    Cheers,

    Rod
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    Quote Originally Posted by sadgrandad
    Thanks for your comments

    Rick, would you mind if I corresponded with you via PM or spoke to you on the phone about the LPG kit. I think mine came from Tinley Tech originally - I bought it from a guy who didn't, in the end, fit it.

    Is there any chance that you could make a copy of the calibration CD for me as I don't have this?

    Cheers,

    Rod
    no problem at all rod.
    rick
    if it aint broke , why fix it ???????????

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