New List of Zavoli Bora Advance LPG and CNG Kits

We are excited to inform you about the publication of our latest list of Zavoli Bora Advance LPG and CNG kits, as of 30 November 2023. This list is now available for download in PDF format.

The Zavoli Bora Advance systems are designed for a wide range of vehicles, suitable for engines of all power levels as well as for the latest generation (DI & DI-MPI) vehicles. These systems comply with Euro 6D NEDC or WLTP standards, offering smoother, more powerful performance with lower emissions and greater savings.

Installing a Zavoli Bora Advance LPG system not only saves on fuel costs but also contributes to a cleaner and healthier environment. We offer an extensive list of available kits for various types of vehicles, ensuring you always find a suitable solution for your vehicle.

Download here the new list of Zavoli Bora Advance LPG and CNG kits.

The Versatile Bigas RI27J CNG Pressure Reducer: A Replacement for OEM Regulators

Looking for a replacement for your vehicle’s OEM pressure regulator? Allow us to introduce the Bigas RI27J CNG pressure reducer. This innovative pressure reducer is designed to provide an efficient and cost-effective alternative to OEM pressure regulators that are no longer produced or often cost an exaggerated amount of money.

Broad Compatibility

The Bigas RI27J pressure reducer is compatible with various vehicle models and replaces the original pressure reducer in the following models:

  • Fiat Doblo, Panda, Qubo, Punto, Fiorino, Multipla, and Twin Air engines
  • Opel Zafira, Combo, Zafira Turbo II
  • Citroën C3
  • Renault Kangoo
  • Volkswagen Touran, Caddy
  • Mercedes B200, E200 Kompressor
  • Iveco IV260, Daily 2800 cc, and Daily 3000 cc

Moreover, this pressure reducer is suitable as a replacement for brands such as Teleflex GFi, Metatron Meta M, Meta Mon 5, Metatron ND1, Falcon, Landi Renzo.

The Benefits of the Bigas Pressure Reducer

The Bigas pressure reducer offers numerous benefits. Firstly, the original pressure reducer can be replaced with the compatible Bigas model. Furthermore, the Bigas pressure reducer costs only a fraction of an OEM pressure reducer. Lastly, no adjustment is needed in your vehicle’s software, making installation simple and convenient.

Available in 4 Variants

The Bigas pressure reducer is available in four variants, making it easy to find the right choice for your specific needs.

You can order these pressure reducers in our webshop. Through this table, you can check which pressure reducer is suitable as a replacement for your current pressure reducer.

Discover the benefits of the Bigas RI27J CNG pressure reducer today and experience the difference!

Why the use of approved LPG filling hoses is essential

Recently, concerns have arisen about the sale of non-approved LPG filling hoses on the market. In this article, we explain why it is important to pay close attention when purchasing hoses suitable for high-pressure LPG and why using approved hoses is essential for the safety and reliability of LPG installations.

Perforated gas hoses versus hydraulic hoses: The main difference between an LPG gas hose and a conventional hydraulic hose is that a gas hose is ‘perforated.’ This means that small holes have been made in the outer sheath layer of the hose. These holes act as a kind of membrane, allowing gas to escape and evaporate in a controlled manner between the inner and outer layers. In a non-perforated hose, this is not possible, which can lead to blistering in the hose due to the pressure of the gas. This causes gas-filled deformations in the outer sheath. For this reason, ordinary hydraulic hoses should not be used for gas.

European regulation – Regulation 67 (R67): The safety and reliability of LPG installations are regulated by European rules, namely the so-called Regulation 67, or simply R67. This regulation describes in detail the requirements and specifications that must be met. National inspections throughout Europe adhere to these rules. Moreover, these legal requirements for installations are also a prerequisite for insurers to provide coverage for a vehicle.

Categories of gas hoses according to R67: R67 divides gas hoses into two categories based on their maximum working pressure:

  1. Hoses with a maximum working pressure up to 4.5 BAR (class 2). Class 2 hoses are in no case suitable for filling and can only be used in the low-pressure section.
  2. Hoses with a maximum working pressure up to 30 BAR (class 1). This type applies to LPG filling hoses, as well as hoses that form the connection between the fuel tank and the high-pressure side of the pressure regulator).

The specific application of a gas hose in an installation thus depends on the pressure. For comparison: the pressure in an inner tube of a racing bike is usually between 6 and 8 BAR.

Supervision of R67: The government strictly enforces compliance with R67. Homologation according to these standards is an extensive and costly process, and manufacturers are regularly checked through audits to ensure R67 compliance. For cars, this coincides with the periodic (annual) inspection. Although R67 is easy to download, one should be aware that the document consists of approximately 150 pages.

Conclusion: It is of great importance to use only approved LPG filling hoses that comply with European R67 regulations. With us, you can confidently purchase flexible filling hoses that meet the requirements of R67 class 1. We distribute hoses from the renowned brand Parker, a reliable choice for your LPG installation. This way, you know for sure that you are investing in quality and safety, and you are guaranteed a reliable and durable product.

How can you check if the hose is R67 Class 1 approved?

To verify whether an LPG hose complies with R67 regulations, you should check the following markings on the hose:

  • LPG
  • “EХ 67R-01 XXXX”
  • Class 1

If the hose contains these markings, you can be sure that it is an approved R67 class 1 hose.

Valve Protection for Valvecare-Di Additive – New Packaging

The color of the additive used in Valve Protection and Valvecare-Di systems has been changed from “White” to “Red” to make it more visible inside the pipes and thus facilitate check and diagnostics operations. The well-known composition, with proven protection against valves, seats, and petrol injectors damages, remains unchanged. The “Red” additive is compatible with the “White” one, so that they can also be mixed in whatever quantity. The bottle changes too, for an easier identification of the new product: from metal to black plastic.

This additive is specifically designed for use in Valve Protection and ValveCare-Di systems. It is available in a 1 liter package and is recommended for use with Zavoli, BRC and OMVL systems. Some benefits of this additive include:

  • Reduces wear on valves, seats, and fuel injectors
  • Protects against corrosion and oxidation
  • Improves engine performance
  • Extends the life of the engine
  • Reduces emissions of harmful substances

You can order the additive on our webshop via this link.

Go green and save money with the Zavoli BORADVANCE LPG installation

Do you want to make your gasoline vehicle more environmentally friendly and efficient while saving money? LPG Techniek Van Meenen has the perfect solution for you: the Zavoli BORADVANCE LPG installation.

Our BORA DIRECT systems are suitable for the latest gasoline engines with direct injection and are among the most advanced technologies on the market. With these systems, you can enjoy various benefits, such as improved fuel efficiency and lower emissions of harmful substances.

The Zavoli Boradvance LPG installation works by injecting gas into the engine of your vehicle instead of gasoline. This results in cleaner combustion and reduces the emission of harmful substances. The installation is designed to work with modern gasoline engines with direct injection and is easy to install without major modifications to your vehicle. The gas is injected via the intake manifold and improves fuel efficiency, allowing you to save money on fuel costs. The Zavoli Boradvance LPG installation offers advanced technology that makes your vehicle more efficient and environmentally friendly without sacrificing performance.

With the Zavoli Bora Advance LPG installations, you can not only save money on fuel costs but also contribute to a cleaner and healthier environment. We offer a comprehensive list of available kits for different types of vehicles, so you can always find a suitable solution for your vehicle.

Don’t hesitate any longer and upgrade your gasoline vehicle today with Zavoli Bora Advance LPG installations. Request a quote online here.

Is it still cost-effective to drive on LPG?

LPG is a fuel that is becoming increasingly popular among drivers. It is an alternative to petrol and diesel and is increasingly seen as a cost-effective and environmentally friendly option. Here are some advantages of LPG installations:

  1. Low fuel costs: The main reason why many people switch to LPG is because of the low fuel costs. LPG is generally cheaper than petrol and diesel and can therefore provide significant savings in the long term.
  2. Environmentally friendly: LPG is a clean fuel and emits fewer harmful substances than petrol and diesel. This makes it better for the environment and can contribute to cleaner air and better air quality.
  3. Higher energy efficiency: LPG has higher energy efficiency than petrol and diesel, which means that more kilometers can be covered with the same amount of fuel.
  4. Longer engine lifespan: LPG has a higher octane value than petrol, which provides better combustion in the engine. This can extend the engine’s lifespan and reduce maintenance costs.
  5. Wide availability of filling stations: There are increasingly more filling stations where LPG is available, making the use of LPG more accessible.
  6. Meets strict safety standards: LPG installations meet strict safety standards and are regularly inspected to ensure that they remain safe and reliable.

In short, LPG is still a cost-effective and environmentally friendly fuel option. It can result in lower fuel costs, better air quality, and a longer engine lifespan. With a growing network of LPG filling stations and safe LPG installations, it may be worth considering switching to LPG.

Request an online quote here for an LPG installation in your car.

Price comparison between LPG, petrol, and CNG.

Calculation for a vehicle with a petrol engine that consumes 8 liters per 100 km.

To make a cost comparison for a car that consumes 8 liters of petrol per 100 km, we need to calculate the total fuel costs per 100 km for each of the three fuels: petrol, LPG, and CNG.

For petrol, the price is 1.845 euros per liter. To calculate the cost per 100 km, we multiply the consumption per 100 km (8 liters) by the price per liter (1.845 euros):

8 liters x 1.845 euros/liter = 14.76 euros per 100 km.

For LPG, you consume 15% more than on petrol, so the consumption per 100 km will be 1.15 x 8 liters = 9.2 liters. The price of LPG is 0.7140 euros per liter. So the cost per 100 km for LPG is:

9.2 liters x 0.7140 euros/liter = 6.5808 euros per 100 km.

For CNG, you consume 40% less than on petrol, so the consumption per 100 km is 0.6 x 8 liters = 4.8 kg. The price of CNG is 1.935 euros per kg. So the cost per 100 km for CNG is:

4.8 kg x 1.935 euros/kg = 9.288 euros per 100 km.

So the total fuel costs per 100 km are:

  • Petrol: 14.76 euros
  • CNG: 9.288 euros
  • LPG: 6.5808 euros

Based on this calculation, LPG is the most cost-effective option for this car.

For the prices in the calculation, I took into account the maximum prices of gasoline and LPG on the date of 05/04/2023, for CNG I used the price of DATS24 in Eeklo on 05/04/2023. The calculation does not take into account a portion of gasoline consumption during driving on gas.

Save costs and protect the environment with LPG installations for hybrid vehicles

Hybrid vehicles are becoming increasingly popular due to their low fuel consumption and reduced emissions. But what if you want to save even more on fuel while simultaneously protecting the environment? Then an LPG installation is the perfect solution!

Zavoli is a leading company in the development of LPG installations. With the latest generation Bora Advance system for gasoline direct injection vehicles, it is now also possible to convert hybrid cars to LPG. This means that many new models from Audi and Volkswagen are on the list for conversion.

By converting your hybrid vehicle to LPG, you not only save on fuel costs, but it is also better for the environment. LPG emits fewer harmful substances than gasoline or diesel. Furthermore, LPG is generally cheaper than gasoline or diesel.

Curious if your hybrid vehicle can be converted to LPG? Download the list of vehicles suitable for conversion:

In conclusion, if you’re considering purchasing a hybrid car, it’s definitely worth looking into the possibility of converting it to LPG. Save costs and contribute to a better environment!

Consult invoice history webshop

Did you place an order on our webshop (, and you didn’t receive the invoice by email?

It can happen that your email is rejected by your email server. However, you can still view the invoice online through the webshop. Even if the payment was not successful, you can find the invoice there, so you can manually transfer it.

You can do this as follows:

  1. Click on “My Account”
  2. Click on “My Invoices”

LPG Injector Zavoli PAN JET

There are 3 models of injectors Zavoli PAN JET:

09SQ12000029 Injectors JET MY17 (600PAN. JET| MY18)

Improved version of the original PAN JET injector. Not compatible with Zavoli Alisei. Compatible with Zavoli Bora (configurable in the software). MY17 and MY18 are interchangeable.

Recognizable by:

  • Marking “type JET MY18” or “”type JET MY17” on the injector
  • Dark green coil

09SQ12000021 Injectors JET (600PAN. JET)

Original PAN JET injector. Compatible with Zavoli Alisei and with Zavoli Bora. These injectors can be used to replace the old Zavoli PAN injectors.

Recognizable by:

  • Light green coil

In the Software Zavoli Bora you need to select the right type of injector and the correct calibration nozzles in the software section “parameters” in the drop down menu. You cannot combine 2 different types of injectors in one car.

09SQ12000022 Injectors JET H40 (600PAN. JET H40

Used in certain types of direct injection engines.

LPG installation for direct injection with Prins VSI-DI

LPG installations for direct injection

New kits are available with Prins VSI-DI. With the kit from Prins VSI-DI, a wide range of vehicles can be equipped with an LPG installation (autogas).

Highlights in the new DI list:

  • Universal VSI-3 DI Basic ABC Kits
  • 1.5 TSI (DFYA)
  • New Ford F-150 3.5 & 5.0L MY 2021
  • Hyundai/Kia 1.6 T-GDI (G4FE / G4FT / G4FP)
  • BMW 3.0 (B58 B30)
  • Ford 1.0 (B3GA)
  • Honda 1.0 (P10A2)
  • Renault Megane RS 1.8TCe used Tractor
  • Volvo 2.0 (B420T2) on CNG
  • Suzuki 1.4 (K14D) on CNG