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Superchips Propane Injection

Is anybody running this kit? Does it work? I would like some opinions about it before i buy one for my 7.3L.

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-28-2011, 01:28 AM
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Re: Superchips Propane Injection

I dont think many people are running propane anymore.

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Re: Superchips Propane Injection

Yea I used to search function an found a few threads like this one https://powerstrokenation.com/forums/...pane+injection

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Re: Superchips Propane Injection

People have largely given up on propane for two reasons.

1. It costs too much. If you are paying over $2.50/gal for propane, No.2 is cheaper in terms of $/MMBTU.

2. If you run propane you cannot have a tune with any injection advance without risking bending a rod.

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Re: Superchips Propane Injection

If you can buy the LPG at the right price then its worth it. I know right now Im buying LP for $2 and diesel for $4. I currently dont have LP on the Ex but my bronco ii and 460 both run on it. By the end of the year the Ex will have it also.

Dont get caught up on ALL the negative talk about it either. Most people have a bad taste in their mouth about it becasue they had trouble. The key is not to run to much, because thats when you have trouble. For a purly economy tune your usage should be no higher than 20% LP to diesel. Also like Dave said dont be running on the HOT tune with it since LP does speed up the flame front.

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I can get propane fer .50 a pound.
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Re: Superchips Propane Injection

Sometimes you have to think there is a reason some things quit being used...

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