Gas systems: Landi Omegas (Direct) /Eurogas Omegas /Landi LSI
Approval Injector: E13 67R-010234 - E13 110R-000058
Approval Rail: E13 67R-010233 - E13 110R-000057
Type and Variant: RGI 25 4 cyl. + Pressure sensor
The injector size is indicated by the color of the plastic cap and the code on the top of the injector next to the plug connection.
FREE GAS FILTER included (type F-781)
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|Application:||ALFA ROMEO AUDI CHEVROLET CITROEN DACIA FIAT LANCIA OPEL RENAULT SEAT SKODA VW|
|Characteristic||Including Pressure Sensor 3.5bar AMP / Bosch Connectors|
|Right of Withdrawal||The right of return expires when the transparent packaging is opened.|
|Downloads||Manuals and Documentation - See bottom of this page.|
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Brand: Landi Renzo
Type number: RGI-25-4C-CS
Approval number: E13 67R-010233 - E13 67R-010234 - E13 110R-000057
Injector Approval Numbers: (LPG) E13 67R-010234 - (CNG) E13 110R-000058
Injector Rail (Holder) Approval Numbers: (LPG) E13 67R-010233 - (CNG) E13 110R-000057
Injector size: This is a choice option
Electrical connection: Bosch AMP 2 Pole
Note: ATTENTION! Some OPELs (oem Landi Renzo) use a 5.5 bar pressure sensor
For Gas systems: Landi Renzo Omegas, Eurogas Omegas, Landi LSI
Different factory systems: Citroen, Dacia, Opel, Peugeot, Renault, Skoda, VW
NOT SUITABLE FOR FIAT ALFA LANCIA
PAY ATTENTION! The pressure sensor at some factory OPEL system (Landi Renzo) uses a different pressure sensor (5.5 bar). The standard pressure sensor (3.5 bar) on the rail is not compatible with Opel.
Check which type of pressure sensor is used on your OPEL. (3.5 bar / 5.5 bar). This is often mentioned on the pressure sensor.
Otherwise order the injector rail without sensor and transfer the pressure sensor. Or order separate injectors.
Note: the color (size of the injector) is indicated by the color of the plastic cap on the top of the injector.
Choose your injector size / color: Green / Black /White / Orange / Blue / Purple
(Small) Green Injector Landi MED GI25-22 until 20 kW per cylinder
(Medium) Black Injector Landi MED GI25-65 until 28 kW per cylinder
(Large) White Injector Landi MED GI25-80 until 37 kW per cylinder
(Small) Orange Injector Landi MED GI25-22 until 20 kW per cylinder
(Medium) Blue Injector Landi MED GI25-65 until 28 kW per cylinder
(Large) Purple Injector Landi MED GI25-80 until 37 kW per cylinder
TIP! Replace the drying gas filter in good time and regularly
An average dry gas filter lasts a maximum of 20,000 km. Preferably replace the filter sooner.
This replacement period applies to an average engine capacity of approximately 1.8L. Larger engines use more gas, so the gas filter also needs to be replaced sooner.
It is also possible that at some fill-ups the LPG contains a lot of contamination (with oil and fats), making it necessary to replace the filter earlier. Keep this in mind.
The timely replacement / cleaning of the gas filter is necessary to prevent contamination of the gas system and gas injectors.
Background information regarding problem with gas injectors:
In most cases the problem is caused by the fact that the injectors are contaminated with paraffin (oils and greases from the LPG). The filter in front of the injectors must ensure that the injectors do not contaminate quickly. This filter will eventually become saturated and must be replaced every 20,000 km. If the filter is not replaced, the paraffin will no longer be trapped and end up in the injectors. It is not the case that the injectors leak or do not open anymore. But the opening and closing time are no longer correct. The injectors remain open longer than they should (with dynamic behavior), which means that too much fuel is being dosed. (too rich mixture) The injectors will then deviate, especially with short injection times (low engine load). The engine is going to run messy and there are too large differences between the injectors. Cleaning the injectors often makes no sense, because there is often too much wear in the injector occurred, as a result of which the guide of the plunger (sealing disk) no longer has the right fit. The plunger does not go smoothly and lord, but goes up and down stumbling and wobbling. If the injectors are replaced without replacing the filter, the new injectors will soon become dirty again. (read symptom control, no long-term solution)