The transmission seems perfectly fine now but mechanics did not recommend to drive car on MAP1 advancer for too long or else it could cause transmission failure. I have just driven 500 kms on MAP1 advancer.
previously it was honda MAPII advancer which had connection with only MAP sensor but few months my cars acceleration started going down and one mechanic installed MAP1 advance which had connection with TPS sensor as well as MAP sensor.
The other mechanic say if you connect your advancer with TPS sensor then on CNG the Throttle position sensing is taken by advancer thus shifting is decided by advancer result in causing transmission failure.
Please help and guide me on this whether its true or just a myth.