Sorry for the misunderstood of the fuel price there... but i wanted to focus in the savings whereever in the planet you are .Is this a natural gas conversion? Hp ratings vs stock?
yes they are smaller and less heavy tanks in the market, but i installed my system at first the technology came to my country, now here we have a tank with a mix of steel and fiber, which are smaller and the most important 1/2 less heavier. My tanks weight 150 pounds each, in the other hand the new ones are 70-80 pounds.Any ideas for smaller tanks? How many miles so you get on those two gigantic tanks?
i dont think so, did you know that usa have natural gas? the price of the natural gas is at that price because we dont have natural gas, we have to import it (transportation is the most influent raise of the cost, google it, and youll realize the cost of the BTU of natural gas and you will impres!)For us in the states, with the gas prices what they are, the setup price doesn't offset the savings enough to make it a sound economical decision. It's like trying tk justify buying a 2nd car to save on gas prices. It doesn't work out financially to truly save gas wise.
i had a return of the conversion kit in 3 months, using the truck 135 miles everyday, i was working constructing in 3 cities, i supervised the 3 ones everyday for 2 yearsI could be looking at it wrong, but natural gas is 2.59 per gge in San Antonio. How much is it there? How many miles per gge do you get?
With initial conversion costs approx. $1500 here in the states, it would take a long time to recoup that cost through the savings. I drive a lot and it would take a long time. If I am doing my math wrong, I am open to correction. I stick my foot in my mouth from time to time. Lol