Great video. If Cummins-Westport doesn't make the kit, who made it or did you mix and match things yourself? And how did you "remap" the ECM. Sorry for all the questions, just interested.There isn't a cng kit for it it's made by cummins Westport. The cylinder head is different and the compression ratio is 10.5:1. It looks exactly like the 6bt but instead of the injector pump it has a gas handler and a trottle body and spark plugs.
Post your links. You now magically have enough posts to post links & videos!Go to YouTube and search ford cummins cng dedicated. I have a sort video of it running and driving up the street. I would post a link but this forum won't let me post a link until I have ten posts
I'm not sure who makes the parts but the sensors all say ford on them. To remap the ECM I have to buy cummins data connector, that's next on the need to buy list.Great video. If Cummins-Westport doesn't make the kit, who made it or did you mix and match things yourself? And how did you "remap" the ECM. Sorry for all the questions, just interested.
gasoline would be injected the same way as in an aftermarket bi-fuel gasoline/CNG conversion, with a secondary injectors rail for the gasoline... anyway, propane seems to be easier, just bypassing the CNG pressure regulator...Its crossed my mind but I'd rather carry propane because how would you inject the gasoline on a gas system. Plus it's a lean burn system so I would have to remap the ECM or it would burn up the engine.