Is it worth doing any more work on the heads whilst they are off, oil stem seals and the like?
I might have a go at lapping the valves, can't really hurt.
Found some info online about after market head units, so a handful of resistor network attenuators will be the cheapest way to get audio sorted. Presumably the same theory for the sub amp, but will cross that bridge later. Steering wheel controls look like a resistor network, and there are various conversion units out there for that.
I can live without them for the time being anyway, plus I half fancy getting one of the newer P38 wood trimmed steering wheels assuming such things can be had for sensible money, and i believe the steering wheel controls in them work slightly differently as different head units?
What's the best way to confirm the UJs are the problem, or are at least worn and needing sorted?
LPG.. I'm guessing multipoint should be more efficient overall, and less likely to contribute to liner/head issues? Also, since I've got to take the heads etc off anyway, that would be an ideal time to fit the injectors.
Where's the best place to go for kits, Mr lpgc? Or A.N. Other? Preferably someone who can certify the install and is vaguely between Glasgow and Sheffield.
Tank wise I'm thinking spare wheel well, but probably bigger than the toroidal tanks. I've seen mention of putting an additional tank underneath along one of the rails, but not sure if that has been done or is practical. Also mention of replacing petrol tank with a partitioned one.
Fortunately this is not my daily so there is no particular rush to get things done in a weekend. Plus once it's fixed I'll be required to remove the XM donor vehicle.