MAZAK is saving? V8 in LPG / Ford F150 5.4 300HP

Hi! In today’s video, Maciek “Mazak” will tell us about the experience of driving with the ALEX OPTIMA gas installation in his big Ford F150. Technical issues will be solved by the already known technician of ALEX – Kamil. You will learn a little about assembly, components and fuel consumption.


How to refuel a V8 in a pleasant and cheap way?

Huge American pickups are rather not associated with savings and economy of refueling ;). But contrary to appearances, fuel-consuming large cars are perfect for the assembly of LPG installations. So, answering the question – you should fill up with gas. 😉


Ford F150 5.4 300 KM V8 4×4 2010 – assembly of the LPG installation

The Ford F150 is the largest pickup in the Ford range. The cubic capacity of this V8 engine is 5408cc. The drive unit with a power of 300 HP and 4×4 drive makes this car quite universal ;). The gearbox is a 6-speed automatic. The RPM of this drive unit is 3500 rpm with a maximum torque of 495 Nm. The weight of this vehicle is as much as 2452 kg.

✅ How much gas does this monster consume?
✅ What LPG components were installed?
✅ Can you still have fun with the car after installing the LPG system?
✅ Does the adaptive reducer SHARK BFE ADAPT make sense in a naturally aspirated engine?
Technical issues will be resolved by our technician Kamil. Answers in the video, so grab your  ☕ and let’s watch! English subs available ;).



Ford F150 5.4 300 KM V8 4×4 2010 – fuel consumption

From the experience of Maciek – the owner of Ford – the car burns 19 liters of LPG when driving in variable terrain. With an attached trailer, gas consumption is 23-24 liters.


LPG installation: ALEX OPTIMA System

Car: Ford F150 5.4 300 KM V8 4×4 2010 – indirect injection (MPI)


Assembly workshop:
Norberta Barlickiego 18, 43-502 Czechowice-Dziedzice, Poland
+48 792 950 068




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