is ford fusion car 2006 model compatible for cng kit??
yes...it could be...but CNG are normally installed in vehicles that have surplus room for the tank..and the series of reducers and regulators to bring it to a "carburetor" level~ sounds promising....did you need me to shop for a kit for your vehicle?
While CNG is an inexpensive fuel, your engine (and your computer) is not designed to run on it. There's no harm in converting it (except for the cost of conversion) But an engine built specifically for that fuel is a powerhouse and gets great mileage. Similar to propane conversion - you'll get the benefit of lower fuel prices and less wear and tear on the engine but - you will have reduced power and higher fuel consumption. You'll have to weigh the opportunity costs for yourself. Several aftermarket companies offer conversion kits for just about every vehicle made.
so can I install cng kit in my ford fusion or not?? I don't like missing car and daily car problem so should I or should I not put cng?? plzz tell me can I install or not??
...well, you cannot "fill-up" very easily...there are only specific stations that support a "fill-up"...most hardware stores will~ If you are using this as a fleet vehicle where the cng can be found at home base....then possibly might be the right thing for you....If you want to drive to the Grand Canyon...then NO~
No...gonna be a hassle...buy one that's already configured this way~
thank u so much sir are you from india?? nice talking to u :)
so it means cng kits can be installed in ford engines with out missing car??? I just wanna use my vehicle as fleet vehicle
okay, imvarun....gimma a sec, mate~
so ford engines are good for cng?? if we don't need to drive grand canyon??
Okay...looks like you're just going to have to use your head and piece one kit together out of parts....will keep searching for a more sensible solution, but you've got to mount a tank, gauges, and have access to the shutoff---is going to take a bit of engineering to do this, but will continue for a "no brainer" for ya~ http://www.pronto.com/user/search.do? SEM=true&query=cng+conversion+kit&adid=75035a07-3bbd-41c5-a801- f778e889ddd6-0- pt_gsb&kwid=%252Bcng%2520%252Bconversion%2520%252Bkit&cid= 42328827127&site=
http://www.saferwholesale.com/3rd-Generation-CNG-Conversion-Kit-for-4- Cylinder-E-p/rse-k0008.htm? utm_source=pricegrabber&utm_medium=versafeed&utm_term=rse+k0008& utm_content=3rd+generation&utm_campaign=auto+parts+engine+fuel+syste m&Click=24688
....okay, like around a thousand bucks....yes, you can fill up practically at every gas station....it runs about the same price as gas usually....if you're in a foreign land that has no access to nuthin' then you could run with this~
a freakin' CHAT window pops up on ya~...it would cost nothing to pull the strings of someone who's involved with the industry~
stll searching for the right preordained solution....you could PM Tracy....just click on his smilin face up there with his adoring girl....PM him about the ""Several aftermarket companies offer conversion kits for just about every vehicle made.""" damn got my best robots on the job and still keep trying to find the right pair of shoes~
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