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    Default CNG for civic VTi????

    I want to install a CNG kit in my 99 VTI, need expert advice from you people that which kit is best for my car and what things i should be carefull when installing one in my car.

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    landi ranzo kit and its will cost u 38K with every thing(Cng kit,cylinder 50KG,advancer,emulator) this is an approx price i coated u ..u can check ur local CNG shops to confirm the rates now days
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    You can either go for a Landi Renzo or Tomasetto Kit. I am not sure of the prices, as they seem to fluctuate every now and then. For a Vti, i would suggest that you get a 60W cylinder, which would initially give you around about 60-70km in a full tank (Rs 330 approx). Once the car gets used to CNG the mileage can go upto 100km without AC if you don't floor it.
    BTW, the engine performance will eventually deteriotate as it runs the engine dry. I believe Friends CNG would be your best bet in terms of reliability and service. But you will have to pay a certain premium in terms of price, when compared to the market.....id say a couple thousand.

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