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hong kong phooey wrote:Red Dawg I have read these comments and i dont understand what is done with your air intake.
I am just concerned when i switch back to gas will my performance be affected?
I notice you said "use to be " so now as u not there any more how do you rate the kit supplied by said company.
Also is there any alternative Reliable installers who install cng with rated tanks etc.
What major faults/complaints did you guys have with the cng system installed in the vehicle.
TrinbagoMan wrote:Nice. That is a 70 Litre tank? I met a guy with a a33 Cefiro the other day and he had in a 70L tank, and he said he was going to add a 30, on top of the 70.
They have fibre glass tanks now, but i have never met anyone with it.
bushwakka wrote:^^yea, that was helpful....i dont tink it wud make sense for me, i hav a 08 impreza 1.5R, the additional weight of that tank alone wud make me crawl even more
trinilife wrote:cng works well on an sr20 engine,but will it work on a turbo charged sr ,question for red dog.
Red Dawg wrote:bushwakka wrote:^^yea, that was helpful....i dont tink it wud make sense for me, i hav a 08 impreza 1.5R, the additional weight of that tank alone wud make me crawl even more
I would not recommend CNG on an engine lower than 2.0 liter.
Red Dawg wrote:We all agree that there is some power loss when running on CNG simply because the engines in our cars are optimised to run on gasoline.
In my experience installing CNG, the power loss on engines below 1.8 or 2.0 liter was extremely noticeable.
That does not mean that we did not convert them, we did many conversions to smaller engines.
But how much gasoline does a properly tuned and maintained 1.5 or 1.6 liter engine consume. Is it so high that you need to convert to CNG.
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