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  1. Yeah makes sense. I'm not worried about reliability either, have seen too many gas 4.0 falcons go close to or over the million kms with minimal maintenance and varying levels of mistreatment. Despite the rods potentially being a weak link I'd still be interested in the potential of the EcoLPI with some mild boost, say 6psi from a positive displacement blower. Would make for an awesome responsive and torquey drive. Have no doubts the engine would cope if it was tuned well. The uncertainties are: - Does the factory EcoLPI ECU/pcmtec have the ability to tune for boost (maybe a MAP
  2. Awesome, thanks for confirming. Wonder if lower potential for detonation with liquid gas injection was a factor in that decision, or whether it was just a cost saving. Cheers
  3. Thanks for the info, can I ask what the source is? Nothing personal but a lot of incorrect info gets around on forums. Seems a strange decision for Ford to increase compression and reduce rod strength in the same engine, especially seeing as historically they've used higher strength ones in the gas engines. Cheers
  4. Hello all, I'm wondering what has been tried already in the way of modding and tuning with the EcoLPI platform. I've only read about one case where somebody has modded and tuned one, and it was done by Independent Motorsports who changed cams, exhaust and intake, tuned and made 190rwkw. https://www.independentmotorsports.com.au/blog/ford-falcon-ecolpi-development/ Wondering if anyone has found the limits of the factory fuel system yet. Particularly interested in whether anybody has tried adding boost of any sort, but any info would be good. The cooling effect of the liquid LPG i
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