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Old 12-27-2012, 01:10 AM
Join Date: Dec 2012
Location: australia melbourne
Posts: 1
jasrockett is on a distinguished road
lpg-ing my E53 4.4

Howdy guys. I've just found you all 3 days ago and joined up this morning. It looks like a great place to get advice.

I'm looking at buying a 2001 X5 4.4 in the mid $teens, cheapo, and converting to lpg. I've read a bit about the ability of the engine to handle it and it looks good. I've also read about premium vs std unleaded, go premium. Made a list of wreckers and parts dealers and scoured the net for the right car for me. 4 options, $ 13,500 to $16,000 with km's 144,000 to 200,000, both here and interstate.

I found AG Autogas in Lilydale and I'm waiting on a quote n a sequential gas injection system.

So my main question today is, has anyone got anything to say about lpg for the X5 4.4 or anything else for this novice.

I'm coming from a 96 falcon wagon on gas with 420,000 on the clock, yes I know... I'm a car lover and have not respected my passion, until now.

Thanks, Jas

P.S. I live on the Mornington Peninsular, south of Melbourne

Last edited by jasrockett; 12-27-2012 at 01:18 AM. Reason: left something out
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Old 01-07-2013, 01:41 AM
Join Date: Jan 2011
Location: Sydney Australia
Posts: 240
JDM-20L is on a distinguished road
Nice part of Vic your from Jas, I just returned from a 3000km round trip in vic (was visiting friends)

As far as I know gas injection setups usually run about $4K fitted?? How did you go on your quote?

because in saying that your kinda approaching early $20k (all up) which I am sure you could just buy a 3.0D that'll return better mileage and just as good torque/performance.

ie http://www.carpoint.com.au/all-cars/...D-1001388&Cr=7

I fear you'd lose a lot of cargo space too with LPG (unless you remove the fuel tank entirely?)

Any reason you must have a V8?

Sorry for the late reply!
2006 E53 Kalahari Beige, X5 3.0d Sport [sold] | MY13 Audi A1 Ambition | 2004 911 GT3| W124 Estate

Last edited by JDM-20L; 01-07-2013 at 01:48 AM.
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