Thread: BMW e90 lpg?
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      01-22-2013, 03:39 PM   #20
BMWdriver85
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Well that shows how much you know, mitsubishi (aka bits-are-missing) are poor candidates for lpg as they have softer valves and are at risk of valve seat recession. Actually i think farmers work with red diesel.

As i said above BMW themselves are working with lpg technology and aim to release a liquid ignited lpg car in the future. Diesel has had its day and as its small particulate emissions become increasingly linked to cancer, so will the tax rise on it - and so it should

There is no noticeable power decrease, although it is documented to be 5% lower power and 5% lower fuel economy but i could never tell any difference in either case.

Its true the 318i is already economical but it becomes even more economical when you pay 65p a litre.

Normally i would change my car every 3 years, but the money i save on petrol has gone into my property instead, and i don't forsee changing my car in the near future

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