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We are proud to show some of our jobs done with BRC autogas systems. Main BRC brand names is Sequent Plug&Drive.

 

BRC (M.T.M.) is a premium italian autogas systems manufacturer which shows perfect results with vapor injections systems.

Lexus LX570 V8 5.7 388 h.p.
BRC Sequent Plug & Drive


  Our country has a lot of these vehicles, driven avery day way by business community, politicians etc. It is popular for its comfort, safety and offroad capabilities.

  These benefits should be paid by the 25l per 100 km fuel consumption in urban cycle. 

  Installing a good system as BRC reduces fuel bill by 40-50%. The total economical payback comes even after 15k km!!!

 

Equipment installed: 

Engine compartment: BRC Sequent Plug&drive, Genius Max reducer, d8 pipes, super max type BRC injectors.

Tank: 720x270 mm toroidal tank reinforced tank for undervehicle installations. Filling valve inder the rear bumper

Kia Ceed 1.6 122 h.p., BRC Sequent 24


Equipment installed: BRC Sequent 24, BRC Genius MB1200 reducer, BRC (blu) injectors,

BRC Europa 2 multivalve, 

 

Tank: toroidal (donut shaped) 600x200 42l

 

Filling valve: under the rear bumper

 

Kia Ceed is a popular, well equipped, economical vehicle with 8-11 l/100 km petrol consumption. People who drive at least 20k km can consider lpg conversion as an opportunity to save on petrol fueling. 

 

Because of some valve adjustment procedures, some mesures during calibration should be taken: when the driver accelerates or drives with additional load on speeds higher than 130 km/hour, some extra petrol will be added to absorb extra heat from exhaust valves of the the engine. 

Lincoln Navigator 5.4 310 h.p.
BRC Sequent Plug&Drive 


  A luxorious american SUV which boast with its power, comfort, internal space, and four wheel drive mode can not give it without feeding its great appetite from 20 to 25 litre of petrol .

  If installed and calibrated professionally an lpg (autogas) system, you can be sure that this dream car will not cost you more as any generic mid sized 2.0 l sedan. 

 

Equipment installed: 

Engine compartment: BRC Sequent Plug&drive, BRC Genius Max reducer, d8 pipes, super max type BRC injectors.

Tank: 720x270 mm toroidal tank reinforced tank for undervehicle installations. Filling valve inder the rear bumper. Europa 2 BRC multivalve

Lexus GX 470 V8 4.7 2UZ-FE engine
BRC Sequent Plug&Drive 


  A japanese luxury SUV, based on a Toyota Prado chassis, but equipped with 4.7 V8 powertrain. It is good in driving but as always feeding its great appetite from 20 to 25 litre of petrol is a must.

  If installed and calibrated professionally an lpg (autogas) system, you can be sure that this comfortable car will not cost you more as any generic mid sized 2.0 l sedan. 

 

Equipment installed: 

Engine compartment: BRC Sequent Plug&drive, BRC Genius Max reducer, d8 pipes, super max type BRC injectors.

Tank: 720x270 mm toroidal tank reinforced tank for undervehicle installations. Filling valve inder the rear bumper. Europa 2 BRC multivalve

Acura MDX 3.7 300 h.p.
BRC Sequent Plug&Drive 


  A mid-sized SUV offerd mostly in the USA was also popular for in Ukraine of its dynamics and comfort. The fuel consumption ranging from 15 to 20 litres for our fortune have turned towards lpg conversion most of these vehicle owners. Nowadays Acura MDX is a very popular model for lpg conversions. 

  As many of japanese vehicles, Acura(Honda) engines need some extra petrol injection togather with lpg in order to reduce thermal load on the exhaust valve seats and exhaust valves although. We have tested lots of times the strategies during the road tests and have already developed a generic calbrations needed for this specific solution.

 

Equipment installed: 

Engine compartment: BRC Sequent Plug&drive, BRC Genius Max reducer, d8 pipes, super max type BRC injectors.

Tank: 650(or 680)x225 mm toroidal tank reinforced tank for undervehicle installations. Filling valve inder the rear bumper. Europa 2 BRC multivalve

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