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    hey guys i've booked a gli... should i convert it to CNG straight away or should i try it on petrol for few months to check its average? wat approx average SHOULD my gli give me ?? any guess?

    any other mods necessary for gli?? pls help

    @mods .. its not a repost as i searched forums thoroughly and didnt not find resepctive info
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    go with petrol for atleast 1000-2000kms
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    yea that i will for abt 2k kms.. but i'm talking abt after that "trial-running" period? should i install CNG? or still go further with petrol?
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    Well. There is no problem converting after 1000 or 2000km. We have converted a lot many cars even before that.
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    i'll suggess go 10K with petrol let the pistons get baked-up on petrol then switch it to CNGl....the response will be good..
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    U will lose the 2-year, 50,000 km warranty
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    i agree with autophile and kamran3002652205 bcz u can get ur warrenty claims if any in that period and it will be good 4 the engine 2
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    i would say...atleast go for 5k on petrol. chane first oil on 2k, then at 5k. go for CN after that. a couple of oi changes plus few Km's clocked wil better suit CNG set up. you can expect 12 to 14 km/ltr on petrol within city.
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