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Difference between Regular CNG Kit and Sequential CNG Kit

Regular CNG Kit and Sequential CNG Kit

As we have seen the need for CNG in cars are increasing day by day and more people are adopting CNG Kits as their option for a Better, Cleaner tomorrow, knowing the fact that it’s economical for pocket and engine friendly also.

There are 2 kinds of kits available in Indian Market Conventional kits & Sequential Kits. A lot of CNG Kit users and CNG enthusiasts are un-aware / confused about the two technologies, but the difference is quite simple.

CNG Reducer

The CNG Reducer supplies the CNG Gas to the Engine through a locally made Air Gas Mixture which is not supplied by the CNG Kit Manufacturer; it is then fitted on the Air Intake (Inlet Manifold) of the Engine.
The CNG Gas and Air mixture is sucked by the Engine which travels through the manifold and reaches inside the engine, according to its firing order.

As there is no computer control over the flow of CNG gas into car’s engine in a conventional CNG Kit, an even flow of CNG gas mixture now enters into the combustion chamber and burns with the help of the Sparks generated by the Spark plugs fitted in the Cylinder Head. If the Plugs are week then the car can Backfire, resulting in a mild explosion within the engine compartment which is released through the Air Cleaner of the car.
This can often result in blowing off the Air Cleaner assembly of the car.
That is why many cars are found with busted Air Cleaner assy.
Another drawback is a compromise of the Engine Power (roughly 10-30%), and loss of Engine Life due to poor pick up and A/C load.

With the improvement in Engine Technologies (BS-III) little improvement in the CNG Kit technology was achieved with the introduction of Lambda Controlled System(LCS) or Close loop System & Timing Advancers(TA). A little control of the Gas flow and poor pick up can be made up with this LCS and TA that are connected with the MAP Sensor, TPS & Oxygen Sensor (Lambda sensor) fitted in the Engine & Exhaust Manifold (Silencer) of the Car.

Due to the slight improvement in car’s pick-up with CNG Kits fitted with LCS and TA; more users started to switch to CNG from petrol and the use of A/C on CNG was more effective without compromising performance and engine’s life.

With the further advancements in technology and need for better performance from CNG Kits users. Sequential CNG Kits were introduced to match the performance of EFI or MPFI car by delivering computer controlled CNG gas injection through nozzles(similar to injectors in petrol cars), which is matched to the engine’s original computer for better optimization, increased performance and power & even better fuel efficiency.

Sequential CNG Kit & Conventional CNG Kit

The Difference between a Sequential CNG Kit & Conventional CNG Kit is as same that of a Petrol Carburetor Car and MPFI Car.
In MPFI cars the delivery and quantity of fuel is controlled by the Petrol Injectors installed in the Cylinder Head Assy… The Injectors are connected with the Electronic Control Module (ECM) of the Car which takes signals from other sensors fitted and helps in improving the pick and mileage of the cars and helps in reduction of pollutants levels also.

A Sequential CNG Kit works the same way. It has a separate CNG gas ECM and multiple CNG Gas Injectors to control the flow and quantity of the CNG gas. These are installed just next to the petrol injectors on the engine cylinder head. CNG gas is pumped inside the engine’s combustion chamber which results in better fuel combustion resulting in better pickup, increased mileage, low engine load and no dust entry into the engine when compared to air-gas mixture installed in a conventional CNG Kit system. No modifications are required in the air intake system when using a Sequential CNG Kit system than compared to a Conventional CNG Kit system.

The size of the CNG reducer fitted is smaller than conventional CNG kit and supplies CNG directly to the CNG Injector rail which takes lesser engine space. The CNG Gas ECM is connected with the Engine ECM though specially Designed Waterproof Wiring which send the signals to the CNG Gas Injectors for gas injection.

The ECM receives signals from the MAP sensor fitted in the Car for proper quantity of the Gas to be released to the Injectors. The quantity of the CNG Gas is also monitored by the Vacuum Pipes installed.
If there is any leakage in the Vacuum system the Gas Supply to the Engine is cut and it is automatically shifted to Petrol Mode with a buzzer sound installed in the Fuel Change over switch.
The system has a customized software design, which allows selection of Fuel change, Time, Temperature and Changeover RPM also.
It comes with a very compact sized fuel selection switch with built in buzzer alarm which can be fitted easily anywhere. If the CNG GAS goes off while driving, the car automatically comes on Petrol with a buzzer sound. The user cannot judge the difference between the performance in Petrol / CNG and is useful for cars with Complex Engine Technologies or latest Engine Technologies.

The fully automatic and self-calibrated GAS ECM does not require tune ups on a regular basis which save maintenance costs. Even in case of problems the repairing is done through electronically using the software which automatically detects and fixes any faults in the system and takes much lesser time than manual calibration. Electronic maintenance reduces chances of human error and save a lot of time. Even when you take the car for regular service or maintenance, there is no need for the setting does not changes.

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    • pardeep on January 30, 2015 at 3:54 pm
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    Dear Abhishek, I am very much impressed after reading your blog about difference between regular and sequential cng kits. It gave me lot of information about both. thank you very much.

    1. your most welcome

        • Gunvant sadariya on May 31, 2016 at 11:54 pm
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        Dear Abhishek,
        This was really a fabulous blog, can you suggest some good brands of sequential kit with approx. pricing.

        regards
        GUNVANT

        1. Hi Gunvant,

          Please refer to below link for more detailed info on CNG.

          http://www.zappmania.in/2016/04/14/all-about-cng-kit.htm

          Regards,
          AJ

        • Ujjwal Bhardwaj on October 12, 2017 at 7:41 pm
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        Hi Abhishek – I have a swift 2007 model, and as per the CNG fitment dealer only conventional kit is passed per govt for installation in my Car. Please recommend should i go for it or will it ruin my car engine and performance. Please suggest.?

          • Gulshan on December 15, 2017 at 2:53 pm
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          My question is same but my car is i10 megna 2008 model please reply the question of Ujjwal please the
          answer Abhishek what to do

        1. Hi Ujjwal,
          I haven’t heard of anyone having an issue with Sequential Kit In Swift, All Maruti cars love sequential kits. for gov approval check it might be in past but things have been changed now.
          You need to check with more than a couple of dealers to get it verified. In case of conventional kit, it’s pretty easy for a local dealer to swap local/ second-hand parts. this is why most of them try to sell you conventional kit.
          hence best way is simply to ask then that you only want to install sequential kit else you are not interested.

    • vipin on February 23, 2015 at 12:03 pm
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    Dear Abhishek,
    This was really a fabulous blog, can you suggest some good brands of sequential kit with approx. pricing.

    regards
    vipin

    1. Hi Vipin,

      Please refer to below links “COST OF FULLY IMPORTED CNG KIT” section:

      http://www.zappmania.in/2016/04/14/all-about-cng-kit.htm

      Regards,
      AJ

    • rajesh chaudhary on September 11, 2015 at 11:12 am
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    Dear Abhishek,

    Your blog will help me lot for future installation.
    pls. suggest best safest brand

    Regards,
    Rajesh

    1. Hi rajesh,
      there are more than 20 brands out there…
      It depends on your vehicle and the type of cng kit you want to use…
      Please put-in a few more details so that I can help you out on this…
      Regards,
      Abhishek

        • Sachin Pawaskar on June 15, 2016 at 9:41 am
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        Dear Abhishek,

        Its indeed a very helpful blog and clarified many of my doubts and confusion. I still need your help in suggesting me, whether should i go for Conventional or Sequential Kit. I have Maruti Wagon R of year 2007. Current Mileage is 12kms/ltr in city ad 15kms/ltr on highway

        Shall await your reply.

        Thanks,
        Sachin Pawaskar
        +91 9920 990 280

          • raju on December 11, 2016 at 2:14 pm
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          hello sir,
          i have santro xing 2007 model please suggest me for better suitable cng kit and also suggest the brand name and approximate cost of the kit
          thanks
          Raju

  1. Nice and very effective post related to Compressed Natural Gas(CNG).So many new changes have happened in the CNG world now.CNG is safe to use and it also help to reduce pollution which is very important thing.Now CNG is taking the place of Petrol & Diesel which increase pollution.

    1. Ya, I agree….

    • vanrajsinh on October 8, 2015 at 9:26 am
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    i have hyundai grand i-10 magna ……..i am paln to feet sequentil cng kit …but i have very confused …which type and which comoanys kit better for my car…so plz help ma dear abkishek

    1. glad that i can help

      I would go for tomosetto Achilis sequecial cng kit .few of my friends have it installed and have a very good review about it.
      so that’s my personal fav.

      I have wrote another post to help you guys “http://www.zappmania.in/2016/04/14/all-about-cng-kit.htm”

    • Dev on November 3, 2015 at 11:06 am
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    I have grand i 10 magna running 2000. And i want to use cng kit in this plz give me any suggestion . Can i

    1. tomosetto Achilis sequecial cng kit it even works great with kappa

    • Sandip on November 19, 2015 at 2:53 am
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    How to ensure at the time of installation cng kit its sequencial or noral
    Is there any certificate for sequencial kit

    1. There are proper invoice, warranty cards if you get it installed from a government approved CNG Installation Center.

      read mor about this @ http://www.zappmania.in/2016/04/14/all-about-cng-kit.htm

    • Sandip on November 19, 2015 at 3:01 am
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    Hi I am using Hyundai I10 megna 2012 model 1.1l engine, now I am planning about to install cng kit which brand kit fit for my car, which is not impact on my car pickup, and how to ensure sequencial kit is installed by installer, is there any certificate for that.
    Please reply me

    1. Hi Sandeep,
      sorry for late reply.
      I would go for tomosetto Achilis sequecial cng kit .
      There are proper invoice, warranty cards if you get it installed from a government approved CNG Installation Center.

      Make sure you are available from start to of installation as we have seen many would swap items from the kit.

    • Pradeep Sharma on December 29, 2015 at 6:45 pm
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    Dear Abhishek,

    Hi this is Pradeep from Delhi. I’ve a 2011 model Wagon R (k Series engine) and I want to get sequential cng kit installed on it. pls suggestwhich brand will be better tomasetto or lovato?
    is there any precaution that I need to take care during kit verification & installation.

    Regards

    1. Hi Pradeep,

      both are good but i like tomosetto Achilis sequecial cng kit as we never had any complaints with our cars.

      Even i am planning to Install one for my Coralla Altis sports.

    • megh on January 25, 2016 at 10:39 am
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    i have swift running 80000 km.thanks for detail at squent. kit and convent. kit. tomest. italian kit install in my car bt i approach many conversion gas kit distributer no found which have dtag 4 software for tunning so i need free /affordible software ,how to get ….pleease hep………….
    thanks

    • Tejas on February 10, 2016 at 5:16 am
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    Very Good Information …
    I have Wagon R 1.0 Ltr and converted from Petrol to CNG with Lovato Sequential kit after only 1000 Km. I feel Performance is better than petrol (why). and Got milage more than 30km/kg.

    • shoaib on February 18, 2016 at 12:49 pm
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    i am having suzuki ritz lxi model year 2016 k series engine and planning to fit cng kit . so which cng kit is better for me normal kit or should i go for sequential kit & plz help me for which brand should i go for…….. plz waiting for your rply.

    1. Hi shoaib,

      seems like you are still with you warranty if yes I would like you to 1st get in touch with your dealer.
      because if you do it from out side your warrant is void. I know its a bummer
      But still there are ways your dealer will give you details.

    • jitender on February 19, 2016 at 2:55 am
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    I have Chevrolet aevo uva 2007 petrol car…which kit i should go for

    • Prashant on March 4, 2016 at 2:37 pm
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    Hello Sir. I have a Ritz vxi which I converted to CNG a year ago. It gave me 30km/ kg . However lately it has started giving less than 20 km/ kg. I services it but the average remained the same. What could be the reason? Thanks

    • Hiten Shah on March 17, 2016 at 4:26 am
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    I have I 20 sportz 2012 model. wants to fit seq.CNG kit. Please advise.

    Many friends advised not to go for it as it will affect the engine and might lend to additional engine repair cost later.

    Also wants to know if it affects engine in longer run, when CNG KIT is fitted.

    1. Hi Hiten,
      please go through my another post hope it will answer your question.
      http://www.zappmania.in/2016/04/14/all-about-cng-kit.htm

    • sachin singh on April 18, 2016 at 6:31 am
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    Dear Abhishek, I am very much impressed after reading your blog about difference between regular and sequential cng kits. it was very useful information of everyone.
    Can you suggest me abhishek which company or cng kit will be best for my tyoyta etios petrol 2012 model.

    regards:
    sachin singh

    1. Hi Sachin,
      I am glad that you liked my post.
      Go in with Sequential CNG Kit, Lovato & Tomasetto are known to be more popular. Other good brands are :- BRC, Longas and Landi Renzo.

      This will cost you around 40K.

      Good thing about Etios with CNG, its boot space is big enough at close to 595 lit, so even if a kit is added – still there is substantial room for storage.

    • Gaurang Naik on April 29, 2016 at 3:26 am
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    Hi, I have purchased cilerio in Dec 15 and want to install sequential CNG kit. But I heard that new k series engine does not support cng. Engine failure due to CNG. Pl advice.

    1. Hi Gaurang,
      Since maruti already had plans for a cng variant. It’s engine had already been optimized for CNG.
      In fact the only way to tell that it running on cng is the indication on fuel gauge.
      It is recommended to come to a complete standstill to make switch.
      In short, 1.0 litre K series engine is optimized for CNG, you only issue is Amt as it is electronically controlled.
      Generally CNG kit is fitted to manual transmission versions. And most fitment centers have experience for MT. As far as Amt is concerned it is relatively new technology for all of them.
      So if I were on your place I would not go for this. As for now CNG WITH ATM is not recommended.
      Even new celerio green vxi has Manual transmission.

        • Gaurang Naik on May 2, 2016 at 11:31 am
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        thanks for reply , but i have purchase Manual LXI model, not automatic (AMT), pl advice for sequancial CNG kit.

        1. Hi Gaurang,

          in that case, go ahead.

          also it would be better to get in touch with your dealer and get details for warranty as if you get it fitted from outside it will be void.
          ++ also get details on which company’s cng kit maruti is using for its CNG variant.

    • Gaurang Naik on May 2, 2016 at 9:04 am
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    if i will go for sequancial Gas Kit for my New maruti celerio, is it ok. pl advice

    • Gaurang Naik on May 2, 2016 at 9:09 am
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    if i will go for sequancial CNG KIT for my new maruti Celerio , is it ok. pl advice

    • VAIBHAV on May 22, 2016 at 8:16 am
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    I HAVE A 2009 FIAT PUNTO GRANDE ACTIVE. RIGHT NOW I AM RUNNING IT ON PETROL AND IT GIVES 10-12 KM/L IN CITY WITH AC,SO NOW I AM WONDERING TO SWITCH TO CNG.
    I RECENTLY HEARD THAT NGT HAS ISSUED SOME NEW GUIDELINES THAT DEFINES SOME CAN AND SOME CANT OPT FOR CNG NOW ONWARDS. WOULD YOU PLEASE THROW SOME LIGHT ON THIS MATTER JUST TO PROVIDE SOME CLARITY ON MY CONCERN
    .

    • anubhav on May 24, 2016 at 7:47 am
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    hI Abhishek,

    Read your article, really helpfull. So i am cinfused between seq. & conven. CNG to be fitted in Civic 2007 MT, lovato dealer is recommending conven, and other dealers are recommending seq. Read somewhere that pre 2009 models both are recommended. But am not really interested in losing much performance and pick up while on CNG expect the standard power loss. So Kindly Suggest.

    Thanks in Advance.

    1. Hi Anubhav,

      Better go with Sequential, Civic is one of my favorites cars and do really good with the Sequential kit.
      Apart from soft suspension(low ground clearance), it’s a flawless car, Adding CNG Kit will add up some extra weight so keep that in mind.

    • anubhav on May 24, 2016 at 7:50 am
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    hI Abhishek,

    Read your article, really helpfull. So i am confused between seq. & conven. CNG to be fitted in Civic 2007 MT, lovato dealer is recommending conven, and other dealers are recommending seq. Read somewhere that pre 2009 models both are recommended. But am not really interested in losing much performance and pick up while on CNG expect the standard power loss. So Kindly Suggest.

    Thanks in Advance.

    1. Hi Anubhav,

      Go for squential its far better in terms of performance, reliability, mileage and yes less stress on engine.
      please let us know about your experience with CNG. we will wait for your review.
      Regards,
      Abhishek jaiswal

    • Gunvant sadariya on May 31, 2016 at 11:56 pm
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    Dear Abhishek,
    This was really a fabulous blog, can you suggest some good brands of sequential kit with approx. pricing

    • Astitva on June 12, 2016 at 8:12 am
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    Hi… It is an amazing blog.. educates you so much about the difference between sequential and conventional. Could you please advise if sequential kit will suit my Santro Xing 2009 Model? One of the cng dealers told me that Sequential kit is not compatible with my model. Is it true? Pls advise.

    • Vikas on June 13, 2016 at 10:11 am
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    Hello Sir
    Please suggest me the sequential kit for HONDA civic 2007 model manual.

    • Chirag on July 2, 2016 at 8:37 pm
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    Hi, abhi
    Which is best kit for alto k10 lxi 2010 (old alto k10)

    • Ravi on July 4, 2016 at 7:15 pm
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    How is gasitaly sequential kit

    • KAmal on August 13, 2016 at 12:21 pm
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    HI Abhishek,

    I have Wagon R 2007 model planning to install CNG in my car. i checked with few local mechanics, most of them said Normal CNG will be good for wagon R 4 cylinder engine. there will be no change in performance & mileage.

    I am confused now which one to go for. Can you please suggest.

    1. Hi Kamal,
      I would suggest you to go with sequential
      read below forum it will give you pretty good idea about it.

      http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/hatchbacks/100778-wagon-r-lxi-cng-vs-wagon-r-vxi-cng-kit.html

      In addition to this also read below two post and decide do you really need and CNG KIT

      http://www.zappmania.in/2016/04/14/all-about-cng-kit.htm

      http://www.zappmania.in/2012/09/26/cng-kit-calculations-explanations.htm

    • Arpan Raj on November 15, 2016 at 11:12 am
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    Hello Sir,

    I have I20 Elite sportz model car purchased in Nov’2015. It has run for 10000 Kms till date. Please suggest for the best suitable cng kit. Also keen to know brand name and approximate cost of the kit. Thanks.

    • Sumit Londhe on December 18, 2016 at 4:32 pm
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    Hello sir
    I’m just simple cng fitter . installed several cng units
    Of different types of brands and when I gives a suggestion
    To new costumer about tomasetto Achilles they really gives
    Me more positive response than Lovato unit . We know but
    Sir just help them to know about tomasetto Achilles is Good
    and reasonable unit then any other branded products.

    • Shrijit Sugathan on December 22, 2016 at 6:45 am
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    Hello Sir,

    I have a normal CNG kit from lovato installed in my Maruti Estilo, can i upgrade the same to a sequential kit.

    Thank you in advance.

  2. Hi
    I have a 2.0L Honda CRV 2008 model fitted with a Lovato Easy Fast Sequential CNG kit. The car drives perfectly on petrol always. On CNG there is often a slight jerk (Jhatka as if engine misses or misfiring) in third gear around 1500 RPM while driving steady. If I accelerate fast the jerking does not happen many times. I have got the CNG tuning done through many CNG fitment centres here in Delhi but the problem persists. The plugs have been changed 3 times and now it is on Brisk Silver CNG plugs. The coils have been checked and are ok. No fault codes have been observed on the Scanner also at Honda Service centre. If I disconnect the O2 sensor the car runs without any jerk or missing on CNG. Please advice how to rectify. Thanks

    1. Did you check your accelerator pump
      If you are lucky it can be rectified without opening carb.

      Do let us know if this resolves the issue

  3. Thanks for the reply. Can you pls clarify what is accelerator pump. Also this is a mpfi fuel injection system. It does not have a carb.

    • shiv adhikari on March 15, 2017 at 7:29 am
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    Hi
    I have wagon r k series engine , i have aleady fitted cng convential BRG kit by qohan motors … but i am facing problem some time car will going wear and tear and some time running ok..
    car run appox 1.15 lacs. pls suggest can i convert into sequential kit…

    • Sumit Malik on March 23, 2017 at 5:55 pm
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    Hi …

    Abhishek you have cleared all my doubts …

    I have a city 2006 , which is driven 70000 kms in 10 years .. now i want it to be cng fiited …

    Which sequential cng kit brand will be good ?

    I ll appreciate your help ..

    Thanks

    • jimy on March 30, 2017 at 11:02 am
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    Hello Sir,

    I have Ford figo petrol lxi model car purchased in Nov’2011. It has run for 29000 Kms till date. is it cng working in figo not creating any censor issue.Please suggest for the best brand Sequential CNG kit.

    • amal garg on April 6, 2017 at 11:09 am
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    hi i wated to know i have installed LANDI RENZO CNG kit but what i am facing is that my petrol to cng shift is taking place in the first 500metre of driving when the engine is not completly hot
    can you please tell me wether there is wrong or should i get it checked i am also getting error of 2019 in hyundai i10 grand

    my cng fitter told me that you dont have to worry everything is fine
    can you please help me

    1. Hi Amal,
      Sorry for the late reply, can you try to check this.
      Start your car and don’t give race let it be ideal for 10-15 mins and see if it helps.
      Usually, when you give hard race (Push accelerator) it automatically switches to CNG, this is how it has been set-up.

    • Rajnikant on May 1, 2017 at 11:39 am
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    I have Maruti sx4 zxi model 2008 I want sequential CNG gas fit which of better kit how many mileage pls suggest me

  4. hi I have 2009 model Wagon r pls suggest I go with sequential or conventional kit fitter suggest me normal conventional kit

    1. hi pls suggest cog kit for wegon r 2009 model

    2. Hi kamal,
      you can go with tomessto or lovato
      Lovato is a bit on higher side but fits perfectly with wagonR but worth every penny.
      Don’t go for BRC

    • Satya prakash sharma on August 13, 2017 at 9:22 am
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    Can u tell me the price of sequential kit.can it fitted celerio vxi
    In kanpur nagar uttar pradesh

    • Yogesh on August 14, 2017 at 4:31 pm
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    I have a-star lxi 2010,68000 run, i have installed lovoto manual cng kit but i am facing problem like car automatically turn off when running also there is lots of vibration when we ON Ac. Please suggest me solutions

    • Mittaldatt on August 28, 2017 at 3:55 pm
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    I buy wagon r vxi 2016 model I m interested to fit cng kit but some people says in k series engine cng kit is not working properly and car have a engine problem in 20000 to 30000 kilometre is that right if I go for tomasetto sequential kit then it’s cost me 41000

    • Pavan Agrawal on September 28, 2017 at 7:07 pm
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    Sir I want to fit Cng kit in Honda city 2016 Petrol Full Autometic top model please advice which kit will be perfect for my car and which brand. No issues for budget.

    • Parag on November 2, 2017 at 12:09 pm
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    Thanks Abhishek. Really Nice Technical article.

    I have purchased Wagon R – AGS (automatic) in Dec 16 and plan to use CNG kit to have more average.
    Can you pls put your views on this.
    Tx, Parag

  5. Thanks for sharing this information it’s really very informative for me!

    1. Glad that I can help…

    • Dipak Sondarva on January 25, 2018 at 2:31 am
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    What is disadvantage of tomesetto and lovato sequential kit ? And how can we take care if any ?

    Thanks for this blog

    Regards
    DB

    • sunil shah on March 1, 2018 at 9:32 am
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    It is advisable to fit sequential cng kit Celerio vxi automatic transmission

    • Md khan on March 13, 2018 at 2:06 pm
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    I am using honda civic automatic 2007 which cng will be best for my car seq or conv and how much will be mileage

    • Vimal modi on April 3, 2018 at 10:16 am
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    Hi abhishek i purchase new ecco car march 2018 model just 20 days. Which cng kit preffred you a Regular or sqense kit.

    • sampath on April 16, 2018 at 1:02 am
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    hi Abhishek
    i have 2010 chevrolet spark petrol i want to go for CNG fitting can u suggest me which one to go for and is it compatible with this model

    • Raman on April 17, 2018 at 6:36 pm
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    I am planning to purchase a maruti ignis sigma model so is it possible to fit a sequential kit and what will be the cost to me

    • Rikin on April 26, 2018 at 1:25 pm
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    Dear
    Abhishek

    I have maruti Alto800 New Model 2013 and now I want to fit cng kit in car which is a better for me regular or sequential and i confused tomesto made in Argentina and Poland and Italy which is best in three country kit some people say that tomesto is a chinese item its true or flas i very confused sir and my can i install tomesto made in poland it is good for me? or Italy is Good which is good for me ? and lovato is regular or sequential which is better for me Abhishek plz help me dear

    • Param sharma on June 29, 2018 at 10:43 am
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    Hello
    I m very confused

    My place do not have cng, i have ford figo 2011 model, should i go for tomasseto lpg sequential kit, petrol sucks a lot, do it effect my engine. Please suggest me any better option.

    • JAYESH NAGARSHETH on June 30, 2018 at 10:20 am
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    I bought new Grand i10 VTVT before 6 months in Ahmedabad … My use is around 1500 kms per moth….

    Suggest me , which Sequential CNG kit will be more efficient & effective for my grand i10 y car????

    is that any maintenance in CNG kit??? …. Please, reply me for more detail of CNG kit maintenance…..

    after fitting of CNG kit , what will be the car extra maintenance???

    HOW WE HAVE TO TAKE EXTRA CARE OF CNG FITTED CAR???

    • shailender on July 5, 2018 at 6:57 am
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    Hi Abhishek,

    Firstly should say thanks to you as you have shared information with us on regarding Sequential CNG Kit & Conventional CNG Kit.

    So i am having swift dzire petrol 2016 model so now i wants to install Sequential CNG kit so for which good brand i should go that easy to maintain economical.

    • Sarpreet on August 28, 2018 at 3:41 am
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    Hello sir I want to know whether I can install squential type cng kit in wagnor 2008 model

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