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Thread: Corolla 2010 OMEGAS NG1 SIS vs. LAMBDA LC 01

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    Default Corolla 2010 OMEGAS NG1 SIS vs. LAMBDA LC 01

    I know this topic has been discussed many times on the forums but im still on the fence between deciding what to do in my car...

    2010 Corolla xli 23000km driven on petrol

    SIS KIT 90K.. --- kit 60k cylinder 30k
    NG1 is not same as ecotec corolla but similar. talked to the representative he said that the kit has advancer and emulator seperate while in the ecotec it is all built in together in the ecu.

    LAMBDA LC 01 60K--- kit 30k cylinder 30k

    installed at approved Landi Renzo retailer.


    SIS kit

    pros
    has better acceleration, economy,

    cons
    -costs 30k more
    -requires considerable maintainence and electronic components will fail eventually mainly injector rail which costs alot of money about 20k to replace. no warranty on any electrical components.
    -problem when selling the car (popular lambda will be preferred)

    15000 km requires 1500 rupee filter change (filters oil)

    injector life is about 50000 km can be washed twice but will eventually go bad costing 20k to replace...

    any problems car will have to be taken to an approved place in khi tariq road or shar-e-faisal.. cannot be taken to Toyota showroom

    lambda..

    pros
    cost cheaper. no maintenance. can be tuned at any place.

    cons
    loss of power. venturi system is like putting a carburetor in a efi engine.


    I will be carefully checking replacing the air filter oil and other maintence issues. but i cant decide what to get for the car..


    Money is not a big issue but main problem is the CNG INJECTOR LIFE. Does anyone have any experience with the injectors? I believe its the same injectors as the LIANA.


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    by all this confusion i ended up by not installing cng
    Ministry of MAFIA!

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    I am leaning toward the LAMBDA LC 01..
    - Cheaper
    - popular.. will be easy to maintain and sell
    - no maintenance

    Ill drive the car one day a week on petrol. make sure i replace the air filter.

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    if money is not a problem for you then why are you installing cng at all? makes no sense

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    money is not an issue.. but when i can save money why not?? 98% of cars in pakistan run on CNG why shouldn't i have my car on CNG?

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    whether it is a sis kit or cng kit, every time u modify, alter a car by installing any sort of equipment, u deviate from the vehicle design and operational parameters and that always mean headec in terms of trouble and issues.

    u own a rs. 1.5 million 2010 corolla and are willing to spend in excess of 80-100k on installing CNG?? have u ever done ur calculation on how long it will take to recover the 100k investment that u would put into a cng sytem?? obviously ur savings will start AFTER u recover ur investment in CNG and saving is why u want to install CNG in the first place.

    as they say money can buy a lot of toys but cant buy good old common sense.

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    Well said. Unless the poster has frequent out of city visits, the return on investment (ROI) would be a long shot.
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