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    is there any one running Se Saloon on CNG, please tell me about its performance on CNG. I shall be very thankfull to you.
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    i ve got cng installed in my se saloon since 2005 alhamdulliah no problems wotsoever, excellent performance. no pickup or long run issues , even dont feel power loss whilst goin to muree with AC on and 6 people on board. go for it.
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    its give 75km with in city with full time a/c
    am running se salloon 1.6 a/t
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    forgot to mention milage details gives around 170km with AC in city n up to 200KM long run. no kiding. the car is manual. n done almost 200,000 km on the odo.
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    Thanks for reply friends, some one told me that cng is not good for SE Saloon and it works better in XLI only. Lets see what other members say.
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    Is yours an auto or manual?
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    CNG performance depends on fitting and proper time to time maintainence. I'm running corolla altis a/t 2006 and civic exi a/t 2006. Both cars are running on CNG and I'm 101% satisfied with their performance. Both cars are giving 75+km in city with full time AC and 100+km on long routs with full time AC at 55kg cylinder.
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    @AkbarGr8
    its manual. Also please suggest me if i should go for 60kg cylinder or 55Kg, weight difference between both is around 15Kg.
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    @Aqua,

    having a manual means lesser problems relating to transmission (A/T tends to mess around on CNG), though i cannot advise you about its running since i have no experience of CNG, the lesser weight you put on the suspension the better it is (so yeah save those precious 15 kgs)
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    My friend has instaled in exi civic prosmatec running fine but he had togo for tunnig after every 15 days
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