When gas is cheap, how do you get the fuel to go on your grill?
That’s what we decided to explore with our friend Kyle O’Neil of Fuel Tank and Grill, a local company that sells gas and fuel filters and fuel kits to consumers.
We’ve already covered Kyle’s new kit, the Dual Fuel Grill.
If you’re interested in more fuel tips, check out our in-depth review of the Fuel Tank kit.
First, though, let’s talk about Kyle’s kit.
Kyle’s Dual Fuel Kit for the Ford F-150 is a dual fuel grill.
The grill is equipped with an E-Series EK-1 dual-stage gas filter.
Kyle describes it as an “energy efficient grill with a high-quality dual gas filter.”
This grill is built to last and is built for a specific purpose: to heat up the E-series EK series gas.
Kyle writes, “The E-1’s EK is designed for maximum heat dissipation for the ultimate in efficiency.
This means it is built specifically to heat the EK gas at maximum pressure.”
The E-3, the E8, and E10 models have a different gas design, which we’ll cover later.
Kyle calls this gas the E7 series, and it comes with a lower pressure.
This lower pressure allows Kyle to heat it up more evenly.
Kyle has two gas sizes: the “low pressure” E7 and “medium pressure” gas.
The low pressure E7 is the smallest of the three, measuring 8.8 ounces, and measures 7.7 inches long.
Kyle also offers the E4, the “high pressure” and “ultra high pressure” models.
These are all the same, except for the size.
Kyle says the E6 is the most expensive gas.
It is available with a 12-oz, 10-liter, 16-oz and 24-oz capacity, with a $8.99 price tag.
Kyle is quick to say that the E5, E6, and other models have been in the market for a while and are well known.
“Our E5 is our best selling gas.
We also have our E6 and E7.”
The High Pressure version of the E10 is also available with an 11-oz gas and a 12.6-oz fuel, with an $8,495 price tag, and the E11 is the largest of the two, measuring 22.8 inches long and 14.2 inches wide.
The E11 also comes with the largest E-2 gas block ever made.
Kyle explains, “We have an E2 with a 25-oz size, and we also have the E2E with a 33-oz one.”
The Low Pressure E10 comes with an 18-oz version of a gas block and an E10 gas cooker.
Kyle states, “It has a 6-quart capacity and has an internal pressure of 3.5 pounds per square inch.
It’s also great for small grills and is great for use on the ground or in your trailer.”
The Ultra High Pressure E3, which is also in the E series, has a 15-oz E5 gas block, and an 11.6 lb.
E6 gas cooker, with prices starting at $9,995.
The High pressure version of E11 and E14 is available for an E7.5 and E8.5 gas cooker and an F7.3 and E9 gas cooker for an F6.5, with gas prices starting from $9995.
Kyle makes a point to explain the differences between the gas sizes.
“For example, the High pressure E5 has a higher density and a higher heat capacity, but is heavier than the Low pressure E3.”
Kyle writes that the Low and High pressure gas sizes are different sizes, but they are the same.
He says the high pressure version is “more durable, easier to maintain and works with any grill.”
The two gas types are not interchangeable.
Kyle points out that the low pressure gas will burn cleaner and has less gas leaks.
The high pressure gas can also burn cleaner.
Kyle goes on to say, “There are no differences between gas types, so it doesn’t matter which one you get.”
The low and high pressure versions have different pressure rating.
The Low pressure gas is rated at 1,200 psi, and Kyle’s High pressure is rated 2,000 psi.
Kyle adds that there are other features that are unique to the Low, High and Ultra high pressure models.
Kyle wrote that “Low pressure has a built in thermometer that will give you an indication of your gas temperature.
High pressure has an electronic control for when the gas has reached its optimal temperature, and both are equipped with a built-in water sensor that can be used to monitor and record your fuel levels.”
Kyle also notes that the two gas styles can