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Old 11-13-2011, 12:04 AM
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i dont know what you would use to turn the solinoid on and off besides a switch on the pedal, i just got my propane kit built and put on my truck tonight have not got a chance to go and drive it yet had a few to many, but i used an adjustable pressure switch to control my solinoid, mine is in line to my map sensor and i used a 12/24v air solinoid to turn the flow on and off, i used a adjustable pressure/flow regulator from tejassmokers.com, got mine set at 10psi right now but i have a powerstroke and get up to 23psi of boost under heavy load and 3800rpm. my brothers friend is running the same set up on his sd as i just built and his works great he has about a 50hp increase with his set at 12psi. you can get the air soliniods from a place that supplies air horns for vehicles they would know exactly what you need. i would really like to know what kind of increase you get when you get it figured out cause i am looking for some more poewer for my 87 ford ranger and i have a 7.3l idi in it and there is not room with how i have it in to fit a turbo so any extra power the better
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1973 f-250 highboy, 96 powerstroke engine, 5spd, td 6 position chip, 99intercooler, airdog ondemand 2, 3 dp to 4inch stack bw s300sx3 turbo, home made t4 uppipe and flange, sd intake plenum, valair clutch, t500 hpop, sureflow 230cc/100% future 74 crew cab long bed on 88-97 frame. wheeling rig 1987 ford ranger, 88 ford idi, c6 trans, twin stick np205, 2.5ton rockwell front and rear, pinion brakes, hydralic steering, internal 10point cage, dove tail front and rear
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