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    Automatic Transmission By using CNG

    With many threads on CNG, could not draw a car on the automatic transmission. Mods: Feel free to merge in the case of a thread is in effect. The vehicle in question is I10 Kappa Magna. Does anyone have a CNG converted (AT) or knowledge to do this? I had a discussion with one of the fitting stations for CNG (Deep Hyundai, Wazirpur) and according to them; AT can only be fitted with CNG kits, sequential another creates a vacuum to the brakes that give rise to inefficient, right?

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    I have had no experience of it. But I have seen several vehicles on CNG. Everything from a 1988 Toyota Corona agreement. And the game runs normal closed circuit. I am not able to see the CNG conversion ratio would be different from how a manual and automatic. Technically there should be no difference between the manual because the car in front of the engine air and fuel, brakes, etc are the same, right? Manual difference over the car enters the picture when the power should be transferred from the crankshaft to the wheels, but then at that point on, compared to gasoline CNG should not matter. I like knowing about other members.

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    Nice discussion you have initiated. They have been through quite a few threads of conversion to CNG and review. But they are all dated. It would be nice to have comments from experts on the current CNG kits available, they cost there and their recommendations for equipment to use. I am also planning to book an automatic car this week (looking between New Verna and Vento). Also planning for CNG equipment installed in it.

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