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    Default CNG Performance of Auto Transmission Suzuki Alto?

    I need to know about the performance of CNG in Suzuki Alto 660 cc Auto Transmission ??
    Does CNG works in this small machine with auto transmission???
    Any body has an experience of installing CNG in it???

    Please let me know, I'm willing to purchase this ride but its impossible to run it on petrol. Please help me out.
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    It shud work fine
    but 660 cc CNG Vehicle would be running even slow than the Rickshaw
    Mite the LCU be helping u.. DOnt know but have heard its doesnot affects the pick
    660 cc Alto Is Efi and is very economical
    Contact Hasnain2005
    He has Same Alto
    http://www.haseebawan.com

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    You can confirm from Hasnain2005, the 660CC alto gives upto 17KM/L in city driving. I see no reason why people go and ruin perfectly good cars by CNG'ing them. Avoid CNG, maaf kur doh 660CC engine ko, and run the car on petrol. If its impossible to run it on petrol, it shall become impossible for the engine to run on CNG and you left be left with a nice khota with a 660CC engine
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    @ akbargr8,
    i realy support ur statement.
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    Thanks for the compliments. Specially Akbar GR8, Yar I 'm not a rich man, and now a days i think its impossible for me to run the vehicle on petrol. Basically I'm not the single user of the car my entire family will use the cab but refuling is my responsibility. I think you got my point.
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    brother your cars realy would work on cng good.peaple does not know now cng fied get too advancment and by installation of cam 2 advancer you will find 100 % same performance as petrol do not worry about it install cng by expert man

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    17 km/liter on petrol, what else do you want.. Thats the equivalent to driving a 1600 cc corolla on cng!!! I would assume it will cost you Rs. 35,000 to convert it to cng, now if you get around 17 km/liter on petrol, no matter how many family members use it, I believe that money would cover you a years worth of petrol in itself, plus if its a family car, can you really afford to lose all that precious trunk space? Plus cng on automatic cars require more periodic adjustments.

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