into the boost pressure gauge port, with the boost pressure
line brass adapter tee. Label hose "attach to top
of regulator." If no boost gauge port is present,
locate a proper boost source or determine intercooler entry
points, drill and tap 1/8 inch pipe threads into intercooler,
approx. one inch forward of boost tube and hose clamp assembly.
Install 1/8 inch pipe to 1/4 inch hose fitting (included),
attach hose going to the top of the regulator to this fitting. ***IMPORTANT
*** Remove boost tube and clean to remove any
metal particles from drilling and tapping before proceeding
to Step 2****Vehicles without intercooler, determine best
boost source and drill and tap 1/8” pipe threads.
2 hoses from under the vehicle hood to truck bed. Do not
cut hoses to equal length, one will be longer, run boost
pressure line first. ***IMPORTANT***
MARK HOSES AT BOTH ENDS AS FOLLOWS: ONE-LP FUEL THE OTHER-BOOST
PSI Attach BOOST PSI hose to adapter fitting “tee.”
At the tank, attach BOOST PSI line to the top of the regulator.
Attach Fuel line to the end of the regulator fuel out fitting.
air filter cover and air filter indicator, being sure to
keep the rubber grommet. Run the fuel hose through the
grommet making the fuel hose run down the inlet hose approx.
1 foot toward the turbo. (***Note - If truck is equipped
with Mass airflow sensor, route the hose around the sensor.
****) Reinstall air filter cover.
wire from fuel regulator in the bed of the truck, under the dash. Ground the black wire under the dash. Hook the
white wire to the switch. Run power wire from ignition switch located
on the steering column to the fuse holder. Attach the ground wire
from the lock off valve and power switch to a proper ground. Hook
yellow wire to white wire from lock off valve (see diagram)
THIS POWER SUPPLY
MUST TURN ON AND OFF WITH THE IGNITION
SWITCH. 12 VOLT POWER WITH KEY ON, NO POWER
WITH KEY OFF. The dual switches under the
dash will be used to turn system on and
off and must be re- activated each time
the vehicle is started by the momentary
rocker switch. Power switch is illuminated
when system is activated.
**Screws are provided for switch
all lines to frame rail keeping them clear of any moving
parts. Leave a slight amount of slack in the hoses and
wires leading from the bed of the truck to under the cab
area. Truck beds are independent of cabs and can and do
IMPORTANT!!!! ALWAYS SECURE A VERTICAL TANK IN THE UPRIGHT
POSITION ONLY!!!!! NEVER ALLOW THE TANK TO TIP OVER. THIS
WILL ALLOW FOR THE FEED OF LIQUID PROPANE DIRECTLY TO THE
ENGINE. DAMAGE CAN OCCUR. CHECK SYSTEM FOR ANY LEAKS BEFORE
INITIAL VEHICLE OPERATION AND CHECK HOSES AND WIRES PERIODACLLY.
propane kit is intended to optimize the performance of
your turbo-charged diesel engine. It is not recommended
to operate a diesel engine at maximum power for extended
periods. Improper use of propane injection may cause damage
to the engine and/or void the manufacturer’s warranty
coverage. As with any aftermarket performance product designed
to increase torque and horsepower, the user and purchaser
assumes all risks and liabilities associated with and resulting
from the installation and use of this product. ****
WITH UNDERVEHICLE TANKS - USE CAUTION WHEN REFILLING
YOUR TANK TO AVOID OVERFILLING WHICH COULD LEAD TO LIQUID
PROPANE ENTERING THE REGULATOR
Your propane injection
system has been shipped to you preset for your vehicle and
to the specifications indicated when you placed your order.
Your starting time and flow rates are noted on the packaging.
No initial adjustments should be necessary after installation.
Just install it and go!!! If you need to change the settings
for another application, (such as towing, which generally requires
a later start time than the stock setting) please follow the