At last it is done, dynoed and my AC-T3 is back on the road after being re-birthed at CBBVW Penrith. All of the 1960's era engine management systems (L-jet ECU and EFI along with the Bosch distributor and coil ignition system) are all gone replaced by a Haltech Sprint 500 ECU running full sequential injection that is lit up with a coil over plug ignitor ignition system. All this rides on a stock Type 4 motor (well OK it does run 8.5:1 compression, has a mild cam with increased lift and duration and has been blue-printed and balanced) that now delivers over 100 hp at the flywheel and puts some 76 hp down at the wheels, plus has buckets of torque to boot. Mike has worked a miracle and the bus is now a joy to drive and while not a race car it has enough power and torque to keep up with the MV 2.1 water coolers. This is the way it was when running vapour fed dual fuel LPG - just count the number of volumetric efficiency limiting devices on that air intake trunk! and this is how it looks now and this is the problematic rubber air intake boot replacement Now to put some miles on it - time will tell if I decide whether to go turbo or keep things as they are now. So far it is returning just under 11 l/100 city/freeway and I expect these figures to come down even further once I get to know things better. I'm happy as and I'm in love with my car!