Amit Desai - GT

Amit Desai - GT

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223 weeks ago @ GigaThoughts - Advice on CNG conversi... · 0 replies · +1 points

Brilliant post. better than my original article ;-)

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268 weeks ago @ GigaThoughts - Advice on CNG conversi... · 0 replies · +1 points

Yes it's absolutely safe.

275 weeks ago @ GigaThoughts - Advice on CNG conversi... · 1 reply · +1 points

I got it installed from Sai service in Andheri but i doubt that will do honda city .

277 weeks ago @ GigaThoughts - Advice on CNG conversi... · 2 replies · +1 points

thanks Anand. sequential is better option.. pickup will drop to the extent of 15-20% but it really dosent matter in todays traffic. also there is not problem will AC .. and you can expect an average of 17-18

277 weeks ago @ GigaThoughts - All you need to know a... · 0 replies · +1 points

Hello Rashmin thanks so much for your kind words. Its just that i faced a lot of problems while evaluating cng conversion methods and also ways to get it done. so i did this research before installing in my car and hence i am sharing it with everyone.

279 weeks ago @ GigaThoughts - All you need to know a... · 0 replies · +1 points

Hello Rajiv,

Install a CNG kit if you are going to use it for atleast couple of years as you would take one full year to offset the CNG installation cost v/s petrol. and then you should drive atleast one more year to make some profit on your installation. You have to install a high end sequential kit would cost approx since you own a big and a powerful car. I am sorry i would not know the best place to install cng kit for civic in mumbai

279 weeks ago @ GigaThoughts - Advice on CNG conversi... · 0 replies · +1 points

CNG is always better and safer than LPG and widely available as well

279 weeks ago @ GigaThoughts - Advice on CNG conversi... · 0 replies · +1 points

It depends on how long you gonna use the car for. if you will use it for another couple of years minimum then you should install a kit. a sequential kit will be a good one but a bit expensive.

279 weeks ago @ GigaThoughts - Advice on CNG conversi... · 0 replies · +1 points

If you have the budget since car prices have fallen then go for sx4 it comes with factory fitted CNG kit which is awesome. If not then since its a new car recommend that you buy and install the car from the same dealer who is selling u the car like sai service. as it will not void your warranty which is most important for a new car. again if u have the budget then go for sequential kits and if not then go for standard kit of any RTO approved gas kit