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    I own MasterTech Automotive in Salt Lake City , I am trying to find a list of cng kit suppliers , please direct me to the list that is supposed to be available on this site

    please call me at 801-485-1212 or cell 580-6554
    Last edited by roebigd; 06-04-2008, 09:48 AM. Reason: add info

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    Re: conversion kit suppliers

    roebigd,

    I am going to move this thread to the conversion forum for furhter discussion.

    To answer your question, here is the thread that lists the EPA certified kits.

    http://www.cngchat.com/forum/showthread.php?t=214

    To main kit suppliers are the following:

    Baytech - EPA certified kit supplier for Chevrolet vehicles
    BAF - EPA certified kit supplier for Ford vehicles
    EcoFuel - Mostly non-EPA certified kits
    Technocarb - Non-EPA certified kits supplier

    Technocarb does have EPA certified kits for propane conversions.
    EcoFuel and Technocarb are located in Canada, Baytech is in California, and BAF is in Texas.
    Jared.
    Mountain Green, Utah
    2003 CNG Cavalier
    2003 CNG Silverado 2500HD

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    • #3
      Re: conversion kit suppliers

      And good luck getting any of those manufactures to call you back.
      Or be of much help either, unless you know the secret handshake
      Been there done that
      you have to pay them thousands of dollars and buy at least 10 kits IIRC to have them come out and watch you install them at your shop

      And you all wonder why peeps want grey market stuff?
      Ken's Master Auto Care

      1998 Cavalier CNG


      1972 Chevy Blazer Twin turbod Duramax in it, 12.8 @105MpH 505 rwhp 1109 rwtq

      Still in the works
      1969 Camaro Cstm blt 87 vette frnt susp 6 pot 13" frnt brks rack and pinnion Dana 60 w Cstm Lateral-Dynamics 3 link rear susp 4 pot 12" rr brks 18X10 frnt 18X12 rr Bozeforged Speedsters, on the list still is
      Gforce T56 6speed gen3 427 Ci Twn turbo

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        Re: conversion kit suppliers

        Madspeed,

        Right you are. You have to be certified by the kit manufacturer to even purchase their kits and install them.
        Jared.
        Mountain Green, Utah
        2003 CNG Cavalier
        2003 CNG Silverado 2500HD

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        • #5
          Re: conversion kit suppliers

          I'm hoping that Technocarb will sell me a kit for my 1997 Jeep Cherokee Sport. I already have a 1998 Ford Contour bifuel and an FM4 to fuel it, and I want to take advantage of the FM4 and keep my Jeep as long as I can. The Technocarb non-EPA unit has an installation description available on ebay which I bought. I also bought on ebay a GFI installation kit but it has no installation instructions. If any one knows where I can find installation instructions for a GFI kit I would appreciate hearing from them. The Contour uses a GFI system so I am somewhat familiar with it. But installing a new kit is something entirely different.
          Wildowl

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