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Recomended NGV installation shop in Subang area

Discussion in 'General Talk' started by mikro, Mar 3, 2012.

  1. mikro

    mikro Senior Member
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    I wanted to install NGV so I research around and found:

    If you are looking for NGV Installer, here got list of installer for you to choose: http://www.ngvlocator.com/ngvlocator/menu/index.html

    but the website is closed.

    I driving a Iswara Carburator so I most likely be using mixer type.

    I need to ask if anyone here know NGV shop that specialise in installing NGV for saga and Iswara?

    I need to find a shop that has good workmanship for the installation because my iswara 1.3L is very underpower, so I need a experience fellow for my NGV installation.

    Thanks in advance :itsme:
     

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  2. jien1329

    jien1329 5 Year | Silver

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    ther's one in batu cave. im not sure the name of the shop but definately its not City NGV.. theres one with a green epoxy floor. bought a set of ngv for wira carb, and labour them to be installed on a wira there, rm450+the piping.. cuz the piping need to be change, due to leaking risk.
     
  3. bluEJeAns

    bluEJeAns Senior Member
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    Hi bro,

    I have a friend open a NGV shop in Kelana Jaya area.... He is quite experience installer and the shop have been open for fews year.

    It located near to the 'brother' assescories shop there...

    Let me know if you need his contact... cheers
     
  4. richnet

    richnet 5 Year | Silver

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    is it possible to install NGV with smaller tank and does not compromise much on the boot area?
     
  5. jien1329

    jien1329 5 Year | Silver

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    smaller tank will give u less KM.. what car are u using?
     
  6. richnet

    richnet 5 Year | Silver

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    i'm driving a waja campro 2006, manual
    current mileage in KL/PJ area is about RM50 for near 300km
    i'm running sales, thinking to get more mileage for a rm50... hehe
     
  7. jien1329

    jien1329 5 Year | Silver

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    haha thats okay.. driving in city, average about 11.4km / litre.. if hiway, u should get more.

    for waja campro, u should get the injection type NGV. its expensive compared to a carb one. usually 66 litre tank, is about rm9 max full tank (depends on the NGV station gas pressure, if its high, then u should get more into ur tank).

    usually, 66litre tank can go up to 200++km hiway. 150++ city drive. bear in mind that once u change to ngv, there's still othe parts u need to change, such as the spring, absorber etc.
    or ur car will be heavy on the rear.

    take the fibre glass tank as it is much lighter, can reduce the weight rather than a steel tank.

    as u know, ur pickup will be less if u use ngv. ngv gas are hot, and dry. ur engine might not tahan for a long use. plus, ur fuel pump might be faulty if u use the ngv all the time. try to switch to fuel at least 10min per day to moist the cylinder.

    theres a part where they call a ngv lube, (i dont know where they install this part, and it looks like the aircond drier) to reduce the temperature, and also to reduce friction on the wall of the cylinder and the piston.

    but its a save if you can drive for 200km++ for rm9 is it??? :driver:
     
  8. richnet

    richnet 5 Year | Silver

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    wow.. RM9 for 200km is definitely a huge save! haha...
    i think my parts are ok, already on GAB SS hilo-softhard.. so, i think just setting it to harder will be ok dy...

    but hor, curious about the total cost of installation including the parts.. any idea how much?
     
  9. jien1329

    jien1329 5 Year | Silver

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    depends on the shops.. 1.5k, if u r lucky, u can found one.. 2k, most of the shops can fit it for u.. :) its wort it.. once u stat saving on fuel, u'll get ur return. just invest first.. hihi :biggrin:
     
  10. richnet

    richnet 5 Year | Silver

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    ya ya.. from your description, it's a >70% savings on my fuel cost... haha

    but another concern, nowadays, i don't really see much NGV pumps around?
     
  11. jien1329

    jien1329 5 Year | Silver

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    nowadays, theres plenty of ngv station. especially in k.l..
    i dont know where is ur area, but there should be no problem in finding a ngv station.
    if u want to go to north, one at simpang pulai perak, and one in penang.
    south, one in ayer keroh melaka, and after that, im not sure. haha

    but in k.l, there should be no troouble finding the ngv station.
    u can still use petrol if u run out of gas. just fill the petrol at a level ;)
    once u've installed the ngv, u would definately be eyeing on the ngv station on every road u r driviing.. hahaha :idea:
     
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  12. mikro

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    Hmm, does the price of NGV have a determine factor in the NGV kit they install in your car? I.e. quality, I am using iswara carb right now.

    My area got 2 NGV petrol station so I was asking this question.

    By the way, the other day I ask around some mechanics shop in USj and they told me they heard there is one NGV installer in puchong
     
  13. jien1329

    jien1329 5 Year | Silver

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    some ngv installers overcharged their customer, but somehow, their work is like cincai2.. they should have a catalogue which is for the customer to see how they instal the kit.

    there would be sections like proton, perodua, naza etc.. and then, narrow down to the model such as wira carb, wira injection, etc.. then u know how, where they would install all of the kits in ur car.

    yes.. if the ngv kits is a branded kit, im not sure but they should have the best brand, ayam brand, haha i dont know abt the brands much. basicallly, just choose the brand that have a lot of spareparts if the kits malfunction.i heard one of this brand, made in argentina but i dont know the brands name. any expert here would surely help u out.

    NGV shop in subang, i duno. like i said, one shop at Batu Caves. superb job. surely, its not City NGV.
     
  14. richnet

    richnet 5 Year | Silver

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    my friend told me that there is 2 types of NGV system. injector type and sequential type. he said, best to get sequential type, more stable
     
  15. mikro

    mikro Senior Member
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    I agree, but I was driving iswara carb type, so mixer is the type to go, er, which shop in batu caves, kindly pm me the details. ( Good workmanship and reasonable price seems :wavey: like the best.)

    Yesterday the petrol price just increase by RM 0.10 for ron 97. With my salary no increase and the BN government who keep on talking about subsidize rationalization, just need to save guard my expense by getting ngv alternative.

    Kindly post shop that you know who can do a good jobs in NGV installation.

    I driving iswara Carb manual.
     
  16. jien1329

    jien1329 5 Year | Silver

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    i'l go around the batu caves, and upload some pics of the shop.. maybe the namecard olso.. huhuu:driver:
     
  17. mikro

    mikro Senior Member
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    The address will do, Thanks
     
  18. Batista

    Batista 5 Year | Silver

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    I m driving waja cam pro 2006 auto. My ride was converted to ngv for nearly 4 years. It's running 220,000km now. So far, I have not experienced any problem with the car. The only downside is lesser power during acceleration..once it reaches 110kmh,it's no difference from using petrol.

    Full tank : rm10 (70l tank)
    Distance : hw 210km city 160-180km

    I didn't change anything for my ride when convertedcto ngv. Everything is original..

    Cost :rm6300 (sequential type)

    It's made from Italy...

    Btw, m planning to upgrade to Other car... Any takers for my waja? Offer me a good price :)
    Timing belt was replaced recently, car was repainted 2 months ago with 3 years warranty from workshop. It looks like a new car now.. :)

    I travel 150-180km a day. Used to spend almost rm800-900 a month before conversion....

    With the money saved from the petrol, I have settled the car loan 2 years earlier... :)
     
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