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    Question CNG In Honda Civic Reborn?

    AOA Pakwheelers..
    I'm planning to buy Honda Civic anywhere between 2006-2008. I've found a few cars. Some CNG , some nonCNG.. My basic question is that IS REBORN SUCCESSFUL WITH CNG? If someone could share their experiences , I'll be grateful. Secondly, if someone could tell me the mileage on Petrol and CNG, both within the city and long routes.
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    Hello bro
    My friend has installed cng in his 07 civic.Its running very fine and no issue .It has same performance on petrol as cng no difference but mileage on
    CNG
    City :70km/55kg cylinder
    Highway:135km
    on petrol
    City:7-9km/l
    Highway:13km/l max

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    Cng is not economical on civic in city but on highway its better.

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    @ mani, thanks for the prompt reply bro.

    Btw, is there an issue of the transmission ? I mean, is there a difference between CNG performance on Prosmatec and Manual ?

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    manual will give much better mileage figures
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    Prosmetec has some shifting issues on CNG, as far as manual tranny is concerned its running fine on cng.

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    i recently installed cng in my new reborn prosmatec.cng is running fine and i am not facing any shifting and performance issue.every thing is fine

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    manual transmission will be the best ..
    i have civic 1.8 (2006) and its running on CNG (55kg) for the last 3 years ..no problems great millage good performance.
    it starts on petrol and in the next second it converts to CNG
    city millage (55kg) 100-120 w/o A.C
    city millage (55kg) 80 - 90 with A.C
    highway millage (55kg) 140-150 with A.c

    sooo...
    your better off buying the manual 1.8

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    thanks guys for ur opinion .. can anyboday tell me that how can i post new thread

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    forum > select any class (like engine...) > New thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by tayyabbaig View Post
    Prosmetec has some shifting issues on CNG, as far as manual tranny is concerned its running fine on cng.
    i dont think so
    Haters dont really hate me they hate themselves because I am a reflection of what they wish to be.I be happy in front of my haters it kills them

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