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Lpg afr rule

Lpg afr rule

Lpg afr rule

thread71-184883: LPG tune/fuel mixtures in turbo application, any suggestions?
Hi everyone,I am Michele and i write from Italy, I have read the thread71 for have more information regards the correct afr and timing for tuning my 20v turbo fiat engine.
I have read a interesting notice from frantz but I can't understand how I considerate my liquid injected gpl icom jtg system.
The gpl fuel is a vapor fuel
Start from here, if it is a liquid injected system I use the afr rule like gasoline during the combustion or it became vapor in combustion chamber an it follow the same rule of afr like a vapor system?
My actual problem is:
I have a fully tunable ecu and I want pull down Egt temperature at 7000rpm.
Do I make a rich afr like gasoline or I have the same issue of a vapor fuel?
Franz if you read this thread I like to join whit you of Facebook, I am (otsirpac kim) write my name in reverse......

RE: Lpg afr rule

AFR should be very close to the same regardless if injected as liquid or vapor state. Generally, a richer ratio runs cooler.

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