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    Hope all are fine...

    I bought Civic EXI Prosmatic in 2007 (USED) CNG was already installed at that time and we used to get Millage of 70-85 KM in City and 110-115 on Long routes with A/C, with passage of time it decreased to 55-65 KMS in City and 80-90 KMS on long routes.... and one month back it started ti give serious type of Jerks while speeding in low gears... and sometimes engines get shut off... we got CNG Setting many times, but it didnt help.. Last week our CNG Mechanic opened the CNG Wiring, there are some 8-9 Fuses Installed in CNG Kit... 4-5 of them were burned, he replaced them, installed few new wires, added Relay with the advance and result was amazing.... All the types of jerks were gone... and i got 120-130 Km on Long route very next day are getting 90-100 KMS in city with full A/C on....

    I wrote all this to help other Civic (Prosmatic) Owners who are having low millage Issue!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mkkd View Post
    Informative... Thx
    U Welcome Bro!
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    80-100 km in city on a 55kg cylinder is some good mileage you are getting with A/C on. yet you can improve it though. Car's mostly consume CNG with little variance in the mileage.. Through my experience all my cars have given the same mileage on highways i.e. on a single cylinder journey from Karachi to Hyderabad. we are talking about 150 km approximately.. My Civic, Corolla, Cultus, Alto and even Mehran last for that long with A/C on.

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    ive kept VTIs twice...buh non of the gave more den 75km on 55ltr tank dat too w\o ac and in city...i currently have 2002 Vti prosmatec n it gives 65max widoowt AC in local...got it tuned several tymx...everything's changed buh mileage is still da same...so i highly doubt 90+ average for an auto VTi
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    Nice share bro. 7th gen civic needs a lot of care if on CNG. I personally have a manual Exi on cng, driven like 150k kms. It used to give me rpm drops, jerks, bad mileage etc.

    But a genius electrician found the best solution to the problem, he earthed the CNG kit with a zero gauge wire directly from the battery! That day onwards, its been moving like a charm on CNG.

    Regarding the mileage, it gives me excellent mileage for a 1500cc car.

    quoting last sunday, it gave me 183kms in a 682Rs fill.

    Drive was like 30kms intercity W/O ac, 75kms on highway with AC, max speed being 130kph, and the rest without AC on highway.

    Conditions are fuel injectors clean, engine flushed, spark plugs in excellent condition, CNG adjustment done by a v.expert person, air filter clean. Thats pretty good regarding the size of the engine this car has.

    VTi is supposed to give even better mileage than this, though never tried a D16w9 on gas.
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    It's nice to see a good discussion going on here....well I don't know about automatic ones but I have myself done 210ish km in one cylinder in a manual Honda Civic 2002 1.5ltr CNG on M3 between Faisalabad and Kala Shah Kakoo Lahore. I didn't do any stops, had good tire pressure, no abrupt breaking or accelerating and had kept the speed strictly between 105 and 110.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ammarkhan87 View Post
    It's nice to see a good discussion going on here....well I don't know about automatic ones but I have myself done 210ish km in one cylinder in a manual Honda Civic 2002 1.5ltr CNG on M3 between Faisalabad and Kala Shah Kakoo Lahore. I didn't do any stops, had good tire pressure, no abrupt breaking or accelerating and had kept the speed strictly between 105 and 110.
    Thats great. Quite possible in ur mentioned conditions. But, sadly, very soon, we're gonna have people who will "highly doubt" u and me to be speaking the truth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RollOnBigMaMa View Post
    Nice share bro. 7th gen civic needs a lot of care if on CNG. I personally have a manual Exi on cng, driven like 150k kms. It used to give me rpm drops, jerks, bad mileage etc.

    But a genius electrician found the best solution to the problem, he earthed the CNG kit with a zero gauge wire directly from the battery! That day onwards, its been moving like a charm on CNG.

    Regarding the mileage, it gives me excellent mileage for a 1500cc car.

    quoting last sunday, it gave me 183kms in a 682Rs fill.

    Drive was like 30kms intercity W/O ac, 75kms on highway with AC, max speed being 130kph, and the rest without AC on highway.

    Conditions are fuel injectors clean, engine flushed, spark plugs in excellent condition, CNG adjustment done by a v.expert person, air filter clean. Thats pretty good regarding the size of the engine this car has.

    VTi is supposed to give even better mileage than this, though never tried a D16w9 on gas.
    whose the guy from which u got cng tuned?
    my oriel gave me 114km last time for 690rs
    mostly driven with 5k rpm

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    Quote Originally Posted by RollOnBigMaMa View Post
    Thats great. Quite possible in ur mentioned conditions. But, sadly, very soon, we're gonna have people who will "highly doubt" u and me to be speaking the truth.
    too true... Well they r are pretty justified to be skeptical, as i myself have never even kissed the 200 figure after that. it normally does around 185, 180 on a motorway..so it's a kind of exceptional and difficult to believe..

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    is there some sort of oil on cng kit? if so there might b a chance of Oil in cylinder, plz do a service of both items and InshaAllah will increase the milage and jerks as-well. my reference is for Fazal Autos Bahawalpur Road near miani sb grave yard, person over there will be MUSTAFA. go there and problem will b solved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ammarkhan87 View Post
    too true... Well they r are pretty justified to be skeptical, as i myself have never even kissed the 200 figure after that. it normally does around 185, 180 on a motorway..so it's a kind of exceptional and difficult to believe..
    yaar thats because it depends upon the quality of the CNG filled as well. On average, the figue of 180 for a civic isn't doubtful at all IMO.

    And bruv, Its the "hard to believe/too good to be true" factor that makes something exceptional... Every exceptional thing is hard to believe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chaudhary9 View Post
    whose the guy from which u got cng tuned?
    my oriel gave me 114km last time for 690rs
    mostly driven with 5k rpm
    hahaha... u naughty chahudhry sb...

    Rpm nu 3 te rakho te fir vekho. Mechanic is in my hometown, Mianwali.

    Btw, on a serious note, do get ur cars engine flushed by Liqui Moly engine flush. Get new spark plugs if they're bad. Mileage will dramatically increase along with acceleration and engine will become silent.
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    Those are some really amazing average for a 1600 cc on CNG.

    Technically, VTi will consume more CNG than Exi being 100cc bigger and VTec does not work on CNG. Its for petrol, so IMHO, on Petrol, VTi average is better than Exi but on CNG, its other way around. Personally, I could never get passed the 140km/55kg cylinder mark with AC on highway in my Exi 2005 Prosmatec.

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    I regularly get 190-200km on long drives on one CNG fill (60kg) but i have a 2000 vti.

    Last time i got 170km in local on 800rs gas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by omkhan View Post
    Those are some really amazing average for a 1600 cc on CNG.

    Technically, VTi will consume more CNG than Exi being 100cc bigger and VTec does not work on CNG. Its for petrol, so IMHO, on Petrol, VTi average is better than Exi but on CNG, its other way around. Personally, I could never get passed the 140km/55kg cylinder mark with AC on highway in my Exi 2005 Prosmatec.
    Quote Originally Posted by omkhan View Post
    Those are some really amazing average for a 1600 cc on CNG.

    Technically, VTi will consume more CNG than Exi being 100cc bigger and VTec does not work on CNG. Its for petrol, so IMHO, on Petrol, VTi average is better than Exi but on CNG, its other way around. Personally, I could never get passed the 140km/55kg cylinder mark with AC on highway in my Exi 2005 Prosmatec.
    No sir. I'll have to disagree.

    One, Vti's VTEC is NOT the fuel saving vtec system. The fuel saving vtec is the Ivtec system, in the new city and the R18a civic. Thats actually a form of "reverse" vtec system.
    Vti's vtec actually kicks in to give you more power, not fuel economy.

    Two, I highly doubt that VTEC system depends upon the fuel type to decide whether if it may engage or not. Cluster shows check light if the VTEC system fails to engage.

    Three,
    NO, vti gives far better mileage than Exi on every type of fuel.

    Quote Originally Posted by Getafix View Post
    I regularly get 190-200km on long drives on one CNG fill (60kg) but i have a 2000 vti.

    Last time i got 170km in local on 800rs gas.
    WOW... thats equivalent to my 2004 idsi. great.

    Ur vti has the same D16W9 engine like all others. No difference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RollOnBigMaMa View Post
    hahaha... u naughty chahudhry sb...

    Rpm nu 3 te rakho te fir vekho. Mechanic is in my hometown, Mianwali.

    Btw, on a serious note, do get ur cars engine flushed by Liqui Moly engine flush. Get new spark plugs if they're bad. Mileage will dramatically increase along with acceleration and engine will become silent.
    spark plugs are all clean n good
    as for engine flush,lets see when does the engine oil becomes due,seems like a long long time for that

    usually i driver between 2-3k rpm, 4-5 rpm only when i want to gain some speed
    n sometimes even under 2k rpm when i use ac sometimes

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    2000 Civic's have D16Y6 engines not D16W9.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Getafix View Post
    2000 Civic's have D16Y6 engines not D16W9.
    My bad. Mistook if may be 2000 civic was cat eye.
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    Please share the mileage on cng 55kg cylinder with ac of:

    Honda civic exi prosmatec
    honda civic vti prosmatec
    honda civic exi manual
    honda civic vti manual

    All models are 2001-2006 ones 7 th generation

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