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Old 01-06-08
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Default Lpg Instalation In Nsw

I have just purchased an 05 NP Exceed 3.8 and plan to install SGI LPG. Has anyone had experinces from installers in NSW (Sydney) area? I would like a quality job.
On that is their a diffinitive prefered brand from users, I have read the post saying there is no guidance from MMA, but if users have had practical experince all the better.
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Old 03-06-08
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Snuke I have a NM 3.5 that Ive been looking to convert to SGI.A company in Melbourne called LPG Warehouse have a system called JTG LPG Liquid Injection more power and 15% better fuel consumption than SGI.They are to start installs in Melbourne from 1/7/08 approx $300-$400 more than SGI.Dont know if they have a system for the Pajero but sounds interesting.
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Old 03-06-08
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MM have developed and endorse the Impco BSA sequential injection system.
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Old 04-06-08
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gas and go automotive did mine, excellent job cant fault his workmanship supplied a courtesy car while he had mine and was honest right from the time i first enquired about the the conversion
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Mate,

I had a Elko (read KME) system installed with dual tanks fitted in the existing seat bay on my NM through Gas King at Seven Hills and was very happy with the job. The guy really did fuss over doing as well a job as he could (although there is always something else I find that could have been done better!). I did a bit of looking around and the only other one I could reccommend having a look at is 'Dr Gas' on Sunnyholt road Blacktown. His workmanship seemed quite good as well. There were a lot of dodgy idiots I ran into out there so beware!
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Old 25-06-08
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I'm from Kings Langley (up the road from seven hills). How much did the install set you back? Was it injected?
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Old 06-07-08
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I can tell you , AVOID LIKE THE PLAGUE the LPG installer in Marrickville. There are 4 in Marrickville according to YellowPages.com.au, but you'd have BUCKLEYS of me ever going back to the shonk that I dealt with.

The LPG was a mixer system fitted to my 1997 KF Verada 3.5. It was fixed by Larry Mulder Gas Conversions in Wollongong, whom I cannot rate highly enough. He's been in the LPG game since Adam was a boy.
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Old 09-07-08
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I've been cruising the web researching SGI systems, haven't made a decision yet but the IMPCO system was developed in conjunction with Mitsubishi. In Sydney a place called The Gas Man has Mitsubishi and Impco accreditation - I have no personal knowledge of him or his work. Locations are Alexandria and Seven Hills.

Any comments from people who have dealt with him would be appreciated.

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Old 15-07-08
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Gas 'n' Go automotive. Has done two cars for me (Pajero and Prado) and the guy knows what he is talking about at a reasonable price.
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gas n go just did our sahara as well and just as good a job with it as the pajero... top bloke
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