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    Vehicle : Insignia

    Trim : SRI NAV

    Engine : 1.6T 180 ECOTEC

    Year : 2012

    Default Vxr on lpg

    This is interesting a VXR converted to run on LPG.

    http://www.autotrader.co.uk/classifi...01107379720231

    I wonder how well it runs and how economical.

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    a big no no..................one of the guys on vxr online has had major trouble with his lpg, taken 6 months to find out its f***ed the engine up!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Oh that doesn't sound good.

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    LPG + VXR = NO

    As above, big big problems

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    why would you though?

    I understand with 4x4s and other vehicles that are heavy in petrol but a performance car bit like putting a roof rack on an Aston Martin

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