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Old 06-11-2014, 06:40 AM   #8 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by alexandertorres View Post
As far as I know, in most markets ALL cars converted to run on LPG are dual-fuel (or bi-fuel), which means they can run on either gasoline or a propane/butane mixture which is Liquified Petroleum Gas.
Usually in petrol-powered cars the conversion is bi-fuel, and the driver may select which fuel to use, while the dual-fuel setup allows both the liquid and the gaseous fuel to be used at the same time and is more common in Diesel-powered vehicles since they still require a pilot-injection of the Diesel fuel in order to generate the spark.
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