Well yeah, giving car for CNG'ing itself is sentencing it to a slow, painful death :P... i hope you will be present wipe the tears of dear mr rohaansaeed after he gets his car infected with deadly CNG
I am sure you are right about slow, painful death to the engine because of CNG. I have an old Accord on CNG for the past 5 years and the engine is not that strong and I am sure other than the age, CNG bust have done its work.
Magar Bhai, who keeps cars for ever nowadays? Its all about saving fuel costs. My Civic VTi AT is eating Rs 500 worth of petrol/day. After CNG I expect to get-by Rs 250/day. That is what CNG is all about!
And yes CNG does decrease the power and pick-up but not that much. Besides who needs power on Karachi roads? There are so many cars on the dugged-up roads that there is no place left to drive!!!!!!!!