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Natural Gas & Propane Conversions Blog

This blog contains articles and information on natural gas and propane conversions. With so many conversion kits and parts available we know people will have questions which are why we have gathered some information and put together this blog. Some of the information contained here includes: the benefits of propane and natural gas conversion, safety shutoff switch installation instructions, adjustments of the spring tension in a KN demand regulator, and some of the common questions we get asked. If you are looking for information not found here check out our Resources Drop Down Menu, Videos, or Install Sections. If you still need assistance give us a call at 1-877-425-8383.


Why Should I Convert My Small Engine or Generator to Propane or Natural Gas?
Published: 7/26/2016
There are so many benefits of converting your small engine to propane or natural gas. Here are just a few of the benefits of propane conversions.


How Do I Adjust The Air Fuel Mixture? How Long Do I Hold The Primer Button Before Starting?
Published: 11/25/2016
Everyone needs information on the original adjustment settings, and how long to hold the primer on the demand regulator, before the initial startup after you have installed your conversion kit.


How Do I Adjust The Spring Tension In The Demand Regulator?
Published: 11/25/2016
Most all of the engines or generators that have a conversion kit on them will run just fine with the demand regulator spring tension that is set at the factory. But if you have an engine that you can not keep running unless you hold the manual primer you might need to adjust the spring tension in the demand regulator.


How Do I Install & Wire A 1501-L Microvac Safety Switch With 12 Volt Solenoid?
Published: 11/26/2016
Instructions on the proper wiring and installation of a Microvac Safety Shutoff with a 12 volt solenoid. Where you should get the vacuum for the Microvac Switch, where you should get the 12 volts for the ignition post, where you can or should get the 12 volts from on the starter or starter switch.



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