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Old 26th October 2007, 15:59   #1
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Default Good New for banglore guys- Lovato,navnil LPG kit for 5500 to 7000

Guys came across web-page which has written :

Lovato navnil, shree, these kits are available between Rs. 5500 to 7000.
u. B.R.C, Landi Ranzo, Tartarini are available between Rs 11,000 to 13,000 plus fuel injection vehicle it costs more between Rs 18,000 to 21,000. Multipoint booster fuel injection vehicle would cost to in between Rs 55,000 to 60,000.

Read Complete info @ http://www.ecoautogas.com/lpg.html

Address of company is :

Ecogas Technologies Inc,
Corporate Office,
#23, Nandidurga Main Road,
Jayamahal Extension,
Bangalore-560 046
Ph: 3535581/ 82/ 83, 3437824
Telefax: 91-80-3339046
Mobile: 98450 24780, 98440 24780
E-mail: info@ecoautogas.com
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Old 26th October 2007, 16:35   #2
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thanks for the info, nicejets! the increasing fuel cost(premium unleaded petrol from Shell costs about Rs.53.50 here in b'lore) and the decreasing FE of my maruti (13.2kmpl, sometimes lower too), catapulted with the ever-increasing traffic jams, might eventually tempt me towards going in for this lpg kit, which i was once so repulsive about
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Hi,
If you have a hatchback please dont even consider going for LPG. As safety of life much more important that FE. No matter how safe it is, if(god forbid) some vehicle come smashes into the back of the car.
Hence big no-no to lpg.

let me know you views.

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Nitin,

Your doubts about LPG hatchback is unfounded. In fact, what can happen to an LPG hatchback under accident from rear can exactly happen to a sedan. You know what, in most sedans boot and cabin is seperated by foldable the rear seat and it's not air tight.

Go for LPG in hatchback if boot space and little loss of power seem trivial for the better economy it promises. In fact, if you select trapezoidal lpg tank which fits right into sparewheel cavity can help you save lot of space compared to cylinderical lpg tank.
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If you have a hatchback please dont even consider going for LPG. As safety of life much more important that FE. No matter how safe it is, if(god forbid) some vehicle come smashes into the back of the car.
Hence big no-no to lpg.
Guess U know jack about LPG.
Here's something U SHOULD read.
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/modify...mparision.html (ARTICLE: CNG vs LPG Comparision)
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if you select trapezoidal lpg tank which fits right into sparewheel cavity
Its called toroid.

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Guys came across web-page which has written :

Lovato navnil, shree, these kits are available between Rs. 5500 to 7000.

You didn't tell us those kits were of an indian make ..
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Its called toroid.
Its also called Toroidal tank.
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If you have a hatchback please dont even consider going for LPG. As safety of life much more important that FE. Nitin
What difference does it make if it is a hatch or a sedan when you have an explosion that you are imagining can happen ? A sedan/SUV will blow up as much as a hatch would.

Did you know that the LPG tank is a lot more safer in terms of build as well as it's place of existence than the regular fuel tank ? Please look around this forum for more info.
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Hi,
If you have a hatchback please dont even consider going for LPG. As safety of life much more important that FE. No matter how safe it is, if(god forbid) some vehicle come smashes into the back of the car.
Hence big no-no to lpg.

let me know you views.

Cheers,
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