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Asked by Gordon.

What LPG system would be best to fit to my 2002 4.5-litre six-cylinder Toyota LandCruiser that's done 200,000 km in total and does 20,000 km per year traveling and touring?

Answered by CarsGuide

1 Jun 2010 Graham Smith

Lots of six-cylinder LandCruisers have been fitted with the traditional air valve type of LPG system and it works pretty well. The downside to it is that you lose a fair amount of performance by using an air valve system, simply because it’s hard to precisely tune it to the engine, and you really feel the loss of performance on a big, heavy car like the ’Cruiser. The better choice today is a vapour-injection system, which can be precisely tuned to the engine so that it will perform as well on gas as it would on petrol.

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