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Has anyone done or know of a propane conversion to one of ours or a different species of bike? Besides an ugly tank was wondering how or if this would work and has been done.
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Heres a propane powered Goldwing

I recxall seeing an Eastern European CX with an LPG tank strapped to it but

it was ages go and I never got the details of the conversion.

Be intersted if someone has done this mod on a CX


The fellers bible quote didnt scan and was bugging me

It should be

"Take heed therefore that the light which is in thee be not darkness "


Take heed therefore that the light which is in the be not darkness.

Not that I'm any authority on the Bible of course
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92 in second gear too !!

Check out youtube for LPG conversions

We know LPG is feasable as its been around for ages

the conversion is easy enough and its just the tank

that may be a snag on bikes.

If your interested in alternative fuels

do a search for HHO, 'Hydrogen' or water powered engines or Browns gas

on youtube there are loads of vids there

the production of HHO ( Hydrogen and Oxygen)from charged plates in electrolyte has long been known, the big question is, can it be produced efficiently enough to power a moving vehicle or as in our case, a motorcycle?

Some claim to be able to run a motor solely on it, some use it along with gasoline

some have 'special' 'secret' devices which they claim pumps out oodles of the stuff at low current, ie efficiently.

If you have used electrolysis to remove rust, you've made HHO in small quantities

Fuel from water is the holy grail and it fascinates me. I'd love to ride on fuel

from the tap but wont be parting with any cash until I'm fully convinced
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A Pulse jet !!

Thats an option, they'd certainly hear you coming on that thing

and you wouldnt get any tailgaters either
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