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Old 25th November 2007, 22:37   #31
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the only issue with ALPG is that ur half back boot space goes for the cylinder..else everything luks ok for me.

Dear Deepan,

Close your eyes and Go for Cedia ALPG. Its a Value for Money package. You can drive non-stop for 1000 kms nonstop with full tank petrol and LPG!!!!
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Hi Airwind

Can this LPG cylinder be removed if necessary(whenever we plan for a long trip) ????
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Removing the LPG cylinder is not a DIY stuff. You have to go the mechanic to do that..

I hope the available space will be enough for long trips..
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Dear Deepan,

Close your eyes and Go for Cedia ALPG. Its a Value for Money package. You can drive non-stop for 1000 kms nonstop with full tank petrol and LPG!!!!
oh..thanks dude..ihave alredy closed my eyes..just awaiting a good price for my viva..once i have deal then immediately within dec end i shud get cedia :-)
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No,deepanonline.

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Old 26th November 2007, 15:41   #36
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lots of cedias been bought in by t bhp guys.smart thought of pulling in a gas kit also.but all said and done running a car in petrol and gas simultaneously is not perfect.both fuels have diff characters and ecm doesnt know this .so the ecm setting would be a compromise between the two fuels.

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lots of cedias been bought in by t bhp guys.smart thought of pulling in a gas kit also.but all said and done running a car in petrol and gas simultaneously is not perfect.both fuels have diff characters and ecm doesnt know this .so the ecm setting would be a compromise between the two fuels.

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There is a 32 bit ECu for Petrol and a 16 bit one for LPG.
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hi..

I have a cedia select which I custom ordered in Red..Pls se the pic

[img=http://img47.imageshack.us/img47/5699/dsc02691zh0.th.jpg]

My folks tell me it looks awesome - I like it better than most of the other similar segment cars - except the windows that is - they are a bit old fashioned and angular - curves are in ..but nothing to beat its frontal design..

I have a petrol car - check the boot space in ALPG - I thought it was too much of a compromise and therefore did not opt for it - I do long trips and the trips to "press wallah" is helped with a big boot

also consider the distance that you would cover on an average, if its less than 1200 - 1300 Kmpm, may be you should consider the petrol version..

In any case, its an awesome car! good luck with your buy!

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Last time when the dealer asked me to TD LPG i even didnt want to drive.Today i TD LPG i can say only one word AWESOME.
Dealer says there is no LPG on Sport.Guys someone make sure whether this info is right or not.
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So does cedia LPG come with 2 ecm,one for the LPG and one for the petrol.It was news for me.
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Hi,He is right Ram - As far as I remember reading there are two ECU in Cedia. Also the LPG kit is one of the best thing to happen after the CRDI engines. This LPG kit does not loose any power and there is no hiccups while moving from or to the LPG mode. And yes cedia drives like it has always done ----- Faast and furiously crazy in it drive
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I have a cedia select which I custom ordered in Red..Pls se the pic

[img=http://img47.imageshack.us/img47/5699/dsc02691zh0.th.jpg]
Its not working. Please post it again.
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Can this LPG cylinder be removed if necessary(whenever we plan for a long trip) ????
FYI, it i not a cylinder, it is cylindrical in shape, but it is a tank. Cylinders (domestic) can be removed & refixed just like you do at home, but they are illegal & unsafe. The LPG tanks which come in all approved kits are much much safer than petrol tanks & not advisable to remove & refix for your convenience. If boot space is a priority, install the toroidal tank which fits into the wheel well. Of course you will have to carry the spare tyre in your trunk or leave it behind.
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try the link without the prefix, this works:
http://img47.imageshack.us/img47/569...2691zh0.th.jpg[


Its just a thumbnail sized picture, but the car looks super... cheers:

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This is a wonderfully news regarding cedia LPG.Good work by Mitsubishi guys and no wonder the sales are up.
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