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Nikki LPG system manual
08-12-2020, 02:08 AM
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Lamborghini Nikki LPG system manual
I have just rebuilt a Nikki LPG regulator.
I haven't touched this model system before and don't know the setup procedures.
Its a Mitsubishi FG30 with a Nissan K25 engine.
I got the engine running perfectly but when you shut it down the gas keeps flowing for some time before completely shutting off.
The high pressure side is fine, shuts off as soon as the key is turned off but the low pressure side is the issue - there's no solenoid so it relies on the low pressure valve to stop flow.
The new low pressure valve has adjustment on it to apply more or decrease tension on its lever - the original valve is not adjustable.
I could keep adjusting, refitting, pulling off the valve but if I do this too many times I will damage the new low side diaphragm.
This is a workshop job and any help ( urgent ) would be appreciated.
Cheers,
Mark.

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09-23-2020, 01:33 AM
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RE: Nikki LPG system manual
send me a pm if you still need help.

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09-23-2020, 02:36 AM
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(09-23-2020 01:33 AM)PenTakl Wrote:  send me a pm if you still need help.
Thanks for the reply but I worked it out, eventually.
Certainly more difficult to setup than the other brands I have worked on though.

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