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Old 01-14-2012, 10:09 AM
skoobydew50 skoobydew50 is offline
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Default Veg rev??

Super noob needs help here. I was wondering has anyone ever checked out vegrev's kits. Are they any good?
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Old 01-14-2012, 12:29 PM
MBachmann MBachmann is offline
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Good for what? Just make your own kit, it will probably be better anyways.
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Old 02-19-2012, 11:01 AM
dragonfly dragonfly is offline
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Looked at their web page. IMHO - A very nice, professional video and good script (PR) for those who are "thinking" about a conversion. I noted that there is a list of items and their function BUT NO pics other than the general shot of the engine compartment (did see a heated VO filter) and the VO fuel gauge and a switch mounted on the lower part of the instrument panel (ouch! might bump my knee cap getting in/out). Also noticed the copper In-Tank HE. Copper in a VO fuel tank? HIH or HOH- which one is used? Being a greaser since 2005, I'd like to see pictures of the components before a purchase is made. By seeing pics, I can at least evaluate and research the product - make an informed decision. Too many questions for me. I'd suggest looking at the Frybrid Looped system diagram to get an understanding of a VO conversion - parts placement, VO and diesel fuels routing. Can't beat it for understanding of how a VO conversion should be constructed. Access the WVO Forums and read, read and communicate with folks who have done the conversion as it will save (your) money, heart ache and engine repairs or a burial.

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Good for what? Just make your own kit, it will probably be better anyways.
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