Hector Mario Enciso: Good evening I tell them Pienza CNG convert my rental car off a fifth-generation model I have a 2013 HHR rental car off oday recido in Bogota Colombia
Hector Mario Enciso: Buona sera io dire loro CNG Pienza convertire mia auto a noleggio fuori un modello di quinta generazione ho una macchina a noleggio HHR 2013 off recido ggi a Bogotà Colombia
Hector Mario Enciso: Muy buenas noches les cuento que pienzo convertir mi vechiculo a CNG de quinta generacion tengo un vechiculo HHR modelo 2013 a ctualmente recido en Bogota colombia
juanely zarzuela: its very good
Alexandru ionel: ok veri good
Sanjiv Sharma: it's seems to be very easy
Yogesh Gautam: good & helpful
Dongskie2: This conversion is very well appreciated if your engine is ECU controlled.
Jim Milne: Typical Composition of Natural Gas
Methane CH4 70-90%
Ethane C2H6 0-20%
Carbon Dioxide CO2 0-8%
Oxygen O2 0-0.2%
Nitrogen N2 0-5%
Hydrogen sulphide H2S 0-5%
Rare gases A, He, Ne, Xe trace
Carlos Lara: LPG is better.
imtiaz tanzi: how to switch from fuel to gas ???
h902111: CNG reduce maintenance cost three times ( ignition plugs and filter) as compare to regular (gasoline or any) engine. Less carbon in the engine, prolong engine life three times automatically.
slammerf16: I have this exact kit fitted to a BMW 330i (E46) and it is great. 75p per litre instead of £1.34 - I'll take it! You can't tell the difference in use, and since I've got a donut tank in the spare wheel well there's no change to the original petrol system at all.
btw, a 74 litre tank will fit in the wheel well (just) if you're prepared for the boot floor cover to stand up half an inch. That gives a hair under 60litres useable LPG per fill.
attitudewithoutacause: diesel can be run on natural gas to used veggie oil as well. A gasoline engine is much less efficient. maybe 20% . A diesel engine is 50% and up.
Newce02: Diesel is expensive as hell, and biodiesel is not easy to come by. There are CNG stations popping up everywhere, and there more of it than we can currently use. It's the cheapest and most abundant fuel on the market at this time, like gasoline used to be.
attitudewithoutacause: seem like a huge hassle to me.
attitudewithoutacause: Wouldnt it be better to just buy a diesel car?
attitudewithoutacause: is Methane what makes natural gas stink like something rotten.
coosbay sailor: john29302 Are you saying, if you could afford to buy a 40 mpg vehicle that greatly reduces pollution and dependency on foreign fuel imports you wouldn't need it because you could afford to buy fuel for your 11 mpg fuel wasting, antique technology, polluting vehicle? The conversion kit will pay for itself in a short time, esp if you are in a CNG station area like Utah or Oklahoma__$1.22 per gallon.
attitudewithoutacause: alternative fuels are very interesting . I still prefer diesel engines running on used veggie oil.
attitudewithoutacause: I wouldnt think thats possible. Because Natural gas has much less evergy , per given amount . Propane even has more energy, but still less than gas.
coosbay sailor: Right, megawelderguy, methane is a greenhouse gas. BUT, so is CO2, the product of gasoline and diesel fuel combustion in car and truck engines. Sooooo, burn CNG(mostly methane) in your auto or truck and produces much less pollution that the petrol burners.
coosbay sailor: Come up with an innovative system with immense benefits toward solving multiple pressing problems; __petrol dependence, pollution, and high cost of fuel__and there is always some cynic whose limited faculty can comprehend neither the technology nor value of the innovation so he stands on his soap box and bad mouths it.
John church: this kit is like for a specific car. if i could afford that nonsense i wouldnt need it. nobody would go thru that crap that could afford this expensive unit unless they were just into euro marketing hype.
davidphuber: Please provide email to the dealer.
rts: "Blah, blah, blah, EASYFAST" is all I got.
gerard llanos: When I measure a 2 dollar fillup versus a 20 dollar fill up i cant complanin...plus you can use both gasoline and CNG...its just a switch to throw
Newce02: Actually, I think CNG get's better mileage than gasoline for the equivalent amount of fuel. I think the problem is that an equivalent amount of CNG takes more space than gasoline. I don't know if I said that right. Basically, it takes a bigger tank of CNG to equal a tank of gasoline, so you are limited by the size of CNG tank you can fit in your car. In a pickup truck, you could fit a CNG tank large enough to be equivalent to the gasoline tank and get more range than gasoline.
Newce02: Yes, Methane is over 20 times more effective at trapping heat than CO2. That being said, after combustion, basically only water vapor and CO2 are released, same as the breath that you exhale. Gasoline exhaust is mostly the same but emits more CO2 along with some other fairly harmful carbon based compounds. In a nutshell, Methane is a worse greenhouse gas than CO2 ever thought about, but realeases much less CO2 than gasoline or coal when burned. The flipside is, it produces less horsepower.
attitudewithoutacause: Most front wheel drive cars have the gas tank in the middle . So underneath the trunk is a good place to put a tank. But you would have to get rid if the spare tire sump.
attitudewithoutacause: But the cruising range is bad right?
Newce02: Methane is odorless. A small amount of Mercaptan, which smells like rotten eggs, is added to gas so leaks can be easily detected. If you couldn't smell a leak in your home, you could end up wasting lots of gas, or in a worse case, you might pass out before you knew anything was up.
attitudewithoutacause: CNG and Propane kits are compatible correct? Just a timing change right?
attitudewithoutacause: Average cost here is about 50 dollars.
attitudewithoutacause: If I recall correctly . methane is a huge greenhouse gas.
attitudewithoutacause: Methane stinks , Is that the additive in natural gas that makes it stink like hard boiled egg farts?
Newce02: You're right. CNG, which is the same as the gas typically used for homes, is at least 95% Methane.
attitudewithoutacause: it does sound expensive.
attitudewithoutacause: the advertisement says Methane not CNG. I would immagine it it the same.
gerard llanos: An average fill up with gas in my country costs about 20USD (Our fuel is heavily by the government) To fill up with CNG costs less than 2USD...The investment in a good CNG kit pays for itself in short order. Only concern is if you need your truck space
bikr1975: hahaha...yeah, easy, fast and "EXPENSIVE"!!!
Ankit Grover: nice
Brandon Brown: looks like a good kit. I will definately have one on my next vehicle
Dejan Djukic: how i contact you ,r u have web or telephon,
Dejan Djukic: wow, nice,ty ty ty