[Diy_efi] Transcript of Aust ABC 7:30 report re CNG for automotive use
Tue Aug 29 16:41:28 UTC 2006
yes true :)
Hey - Sawdust is even cheaper - you can charge to cart it away,
At 09:48 PM 8/29/06, you wrote:
>And Mike, if you compress household gas, there is no excise (an Australian Problem). But I am moving to diesel for access to cheap processed bio-diesel.
>>This was on last night Monday the 28th Aug 2006,
>>Anyone used CNG ?
>>Looks like the cost of compressing the gas from the domestic
>>supply is still less (amortized) than use in a vehicle and in
>>respect of safety concerns, all else being equal.
>>What interests me is some aux EFI system for dual fuel use in line
>>with my previous post re wideband sensors etc
>>Incidentally most of our Perth diesel buses are being converted to CNG
>>and they run so much cleaner and quieter than before :) One would expect
>>that if done properly it would be much cheaper too...
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VL Commodore Fuse Rail that wont warp or melt !
Twin tyres for most sedans, trikes and motorcycle sidecars
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