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    Assalam Alaikum frnds.. As title says I have corolla gli 2010 model in med silver colour Cng fitted and is running perfect on both petrol and Cng but since last 5 months iam driving it on just petrol and is very very much satisfied from its consumption and personally I just don't like Cng vehicles and I want to remove it's Cng kit completely and drive it as stock... Kindly give me your precious opinions whether to remove Cng kit or not and whether it will affect on the resale of car or not as iam not going to sale the car for upcoming 4 to 5 years..

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    Yes rightly said bro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Attique.sarki.9 View Post
    No bro not at all.. Sometimes on starting it drops but after one or two minutes it maintains itself... Iam talking on petrol because I drive my car only on petrol.
    consider yourself lucky then because almost all rollas after 2009 have this rpm drop issue running on cng. sooner or later their fuel pump also gets weak as its continuously working and pumping petrol in the pipes even when the car is running on cng.
    my advice to you is not to remove cng as you dont have any issues with it.do you have Lambda installed or the simple kit?
    and if you want to remove cng then check the cylinder stand , is it fixed with bolts in the trunk or without bolts.if its without bolts u can rremove the cylinder and no one would ever find out that you had cng installed.when i was out in search for a 2010 model , i encountered all these issues.thanks to pakwheels i was well informed.did a lot of research and then bought the ride. but for a trouble free engine petrol is the best fuel.
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    Thanx a lot bro booster... I don't know whether it is lambda or a simple kit I haven't checked it yet because iam 2nd owner of the car.. And bro I like a lot driving my car on petrol... Since the day I bought my ride iam driving it on petrol no issues at all... And definitely I'll check the cylinder stand.. Bro all I wanted to know that Cng hatane se car ki resale me toh koi problem nhn hoga na..??

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    Bro I have checked the cylinder it's fitted with bolts so what u suggest now?? All that iam worried is about the affect on resale of car after removing the kit..

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    Nice ride @ booster

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    I would suggest you to remove it why to carry cylinder load if you are not even using it. If not comfortable with fully removal of kit then my suggestion just remove cylinder along with rack it's a 15 to 20 min job maximum.In case you make your mind for kit or cylinder removal i would suggest you go to "Madina CNG" at autobhan road they are kit Installer's/Uninstaller's i removed my kit from them paid 500 .

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    Its very wierd mentality to think that cng hatanay se resale kam hogi.
    One can simply differentiate betwen a petrol driven car and cng driven.
    Theres hell difference between both.
    Sincere advice.
    Remove your kit. As you are carrying to much load.
    And simply drive ur car on petrol.

    I also had kit in my civic 2006. But removed it in the very first month cuz never liked its drive.
    MashAllah car is smoth as silk even now.
    What if its having that smal hole in your petrol lid.
    Dont do zulam on ur car if you want it trouble free remove it asap


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    mujhe pata nahi kyu lagta hai that on pw, zyada log wo hain jo Mashallah bohat well off hain...jab he wo petrol ko recommend krte rehte hain...jab k aik normal pakistani, almost 99℅ or more is fuel conscious and want to save money. so they prefer cng...and regarding engine life, i own an efi car 1300 cc liana and its over 110k km totally on cng without any issues in engine...even its coils are of factory still...we kept alto and ran it over 80k km on cng totally and it never was a pain...

    its just that jab jaib me paise zyada hon tou insan phir petrol per he chalaeyga warna cng zindabad

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    Quote Originally Posted by abid110 View Post
    mujhe pata nahi kyu lagta hai that on pw, zyada log wo hain jo Mashallah bohat well off hain...jab he wo petrol ko recommend krte rehte hain...jab k aik normal pakistani, almost 99℅ or more is fuel conscious and want to save money. so they prefer cng...and regarding engine life, i own an efi car 1300 cc liana and its over 110k km totally on cng without any issues in engine...even its coils are of factory still...we kept alto and ran it over 80k km on cng totally and it never was a pain...

    its just that jab jaib me paise zyada hon tou insan phir petrol per he chalaeyga warna cng zindabad
    In my 2006 cultus i have to overhaul its engine at 130k kms because of cng
    While my petrol driven 90k corolla is going good on patrol MA SHA ALLAH
    CNg is not RECOMMENDED at all
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    Quote Originally Posted by COOLTAHIR View Post
    In my 2006 cultus i have to overhaul its engine at 130k kms because of cng
    While my petrol driven 90k corolla is going good on patrol MA SHA ALLAH
    CNg is not RECOMMENDED at all
    130k km is ok bro...

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    Quote Originally Posted by abid110 View Post
    130k km is ok bro...
    probably suzuki engines are born for cng!

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    as a user, i had cars with cng in it but i like the car with petrol as in cng cars, the maintainance costs are high but in the petrol driven cars, the mind's satisfaction is high that the engine is not abused as it is in cng driven cars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abid110 View Post
    mujhe pata nahi kyu lagta hai that on pw, zyada log wo hain jo Mashallah bohat well off hain...jab he wo petrol ko recommend krte rehte hain...jab k aik normal pakistani, almost 99℅ or more is fuel conscious and want to save money. so they prefer cng...and regarding engine life, i own an efi car 1300 cc liana and its over 110k km totally on cng without any issues in engine...even its coils are of factory still...we kept alto and ran it over 80k km on cng totally and it never was a pain...

    its just that jab jaib me paise zyada hon tou insan phir petrol per he chalaeyga warna cng zindabad

    Im a student my self.
    There are days when my car is parked empty cuz I don't have money for petrol.
    I had option of cng.
    But i knew its complications. Sooner or later its gonna create problems.
    It's not a trend for people to run their car on petrols. Truth is technically petrol is supposed to run engine smoothly not cng.
    Hence its a wrong statement that all pakwheelers belong from well off familes tahts why they choose petrol.
    No hard feelings clear up ur concept.
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    attique buddi thanks

    if ur cng kit is tuned through a computer than its probably a lambda else if it has a manual T attached to it for the flow of cng then its simple wali.mechanics are very comfortable with the sadi wali , because Lamba has a stepper motor which controls the flow of cng.btw performance is much improved with lambda. bro the bolts are attached/tightened with the body of the car???.but your case is different , you'd be using the car urself. bro why worry for the resale as its a trouble free ride.drive and enjoy.if the engine is in good condition the buyer wont have any problem with cng. and not all customers have deep pockets who can afford petrol.btw a petrol car owner usually demands more then a cng driven ride.btw in the market most of owners have removed cng and claim the vehicle to be on petrol since day one.
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    Keep the CNG as it will be modified and it would be able to run LNG. ALL CNG pumps will be converted to LNG very soon. Eventually petrol price will rise.
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    Thanx a lot friends for such informative comments I have understood what u all said and I have made up my mind to remove the kit as soon as I get time from my exams 😜 and enjoy a trouble free ride for next 2 to 3 years.

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    Thanx azam bro I'll go there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abid110 View Post
    mujhe pata nahi kyu lagta hai that on pw, zyada log wo hain jo Mashallah bohat well off hain...jab he wo petrol ko recommend krte rehte hain...jab k aik normal pakistani, almost 99℅ or more is fuel conscious and want to save money. so they prefer cng...and regarding engine life, i own an efi car 1300 cc liana and its over 110k km totally on cng without any issues in engine...even its coils are of factory still...we kept alto and ran it over 80k km on cng totally and it never was a pain...

    its just that jab jaib me paise zyada hon tou insan phir petrol per he chalaeyga warna cng zindabad
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