That is soooo helpful! thanks a LOT sir! i'd definitely do that on my car... earlier i used to tune it with hit n trial but now i know the actual technique.
I gotta ask u a few more things.
1) The T bolt is usually located between the cng kit and intake pipe, right? my car doesnt have one! on mine, there is a nut/screw sort of thing attached to the top of the cng kit itself. there is a spring below it too. turning it clockwise closes the cng inlet and CC turning opens it. does this change in design effects the procedure that u stated in ur post? or its the same?
2) The cng kit of my car is full of oil all over it. sumthing like oil seepage (havent washed the engine bay for quite some time now) i know there is some oil in the cng filled which stays in the cng kit and can be removed by a nut below it but that nut is not accessible on my car. sumone told me i need to the kit serviced (by opening it) do i have to?
3) Its a 2006 honda city idsi. when i take off its air filter cover out (the place where the blockage is installed) there is this oily thing all over the pipes inside, even before the part where the cng inlet is located. is it the cng's oil that is spread inside the air intake box? (there is no oil on filter or anywhere below the blockage) or is it due to engine breather pipe coming to the air intake?
4) The last thing, as discussed, i ve learned that we need to have a vacuum in the air intake to suck in the cng into the engine, with the blockage removed, how will this vacuum be formed? and if it wont, how does the cng gets sucked in?
Once again, im really thankful to u for ur highly informative post...