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Old 07-09-2005, 11:35 PM
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Thumbs up conversion kit for 2001 5.4l triton

I looking for info on an propane conversion kit for my 2001 ford expedition with a 5.4l triton V-8, i have got my other 2 F150's on propane but would like any info on Complete underhood kits for my new vehicle.

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Call Mike Digonis in NYC on (718) 529-2323. He converted several thousand NYC taxis to run on CNG, so will have a good perspective on where to get the best kits.

Mike runs a big body shop and does collector car restorations. He used to specialize in Panteras (Italian-made supercar of the '70s w/ 351 Cleveland power). A few years ago he was building a CNG-powered Pantera to compete for a land speed record.

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