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    Default 55/60 Cylinder in cuore

    Hi
    My cuore has 40 kg cylinder in it right now.
    Can I put 55/60 cylinder in it.
    I heard some mechanic sayng big cylinder will make problems for the cuore shock
    hoping for a quick answer

    thanks


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    The mechanic is right! u can use a maximum 50 kg cylinder

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    can you please explain why is that?
    is it the size of the cylinder that cannot fit in cuore or weight of clinder will make problems?
    thanks

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    anyone else..!!!

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    In my previous cuore the previous owner installed 55 KG cylinder and added spacer in rear shocks. I was having no problem with it.
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    You can use it... but you need to change shocks
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    get a 60 cylinder and weld wheels to it

    on serious note its better to shift to not more then 50
    cause not only size increases but weight does as well. its not sensible to add so much weight in such a small dinky
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    Quote Originally Posted by hash4u View Post
    get a 60 cylinder and weld wheels to it

    on serious note its better to shift to not more then 50
    cause not only size increases but weight does as well. its not sensible to add so much weight in such a small dinky
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    it seems you want to do this because of scarce availability of CNG, but this is not a good solution. Use cylinder of 50 L maximum to enjoy ur ride. Even in 50 L, choose the lightest cylinder available even if u had pay some extra money.

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    [QUOTE=hash4u;3363621]get a 60 cylinder and weld wheels to it



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    Quote Originally Posted by tahirahmad13 View Post
    it seems you want to do this because of scarce availability of CNG, but this is not a good solution. Use cylinder of 50 L maximum to enjoy ur ride. Even in 50 L, choose the lightest cylinder available even if u had pay some extra money.

    Tahir you got it right...got 40kg cylinder right now.
    any company in RWP/ISB which exchanges cylinders with old ones?

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by hash4u View Post
    get a 60 cylinder and weld wheels to it

    on serious note its better to shift to not more then 50
    cause not only size increases but weight does as well. its not sensible to add so much weight in such a small dinky
    on serious notes.
    there is seating capacity of four people .I dont know how can a 50 kg cylinder can ruin the shocks and bla bla ..can it not be just considered as another person of aboutt 60kg sitting in the car?

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    60-50 = 10. will 10kg more ruin the shocks? this also means that carrying anything weighing 10kg in back side is not good.

    Quote Originally Posted by itsmystuff6 View Post
    on serious notes.
    there is seating capacity of four people .I dont know how can a 50 kg cylinder can ruin the shocks and bla bla ..can it not be just considered as another person of aboutt 60kg sitting in the car?

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    heavier cng cylinder will recuire spacers,which will stifen you car rear suspension... so those who will be sittin on back seats will curse you :p guess you wana switch to bigger cylinder due to cng load sheddin thingy?? if so,i guess stick with 50 and if you run out of cng in load sheddin days, give your car some petrol to run on...petrol was what these cars were meant to run on...keeps engine healthy!
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