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    My relative in California is helping me convert my California car
    to CNG.

    Does any one know generally, how much additonal spark timing advance is needed over gas engines?

    Thanks

  • #2
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    more info needed Make, engine & year. if this model is available in CNG it would be easy to look up.

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    • #3
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      hONDA 1994 ACCORD 4 CYL.....

      WHAT REFERENCE BOOK DO YOU HAVE?

      THANKS

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      • #4
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        i dont have any technical books for my honda accord. its just regular honda 4 cyl engine rhn2.2 16 valve. maybe there are some salvage yards in calif or somewhere that have the fuel system parts that i need., then i need a fueling compressor also. i wonder if i can convert my 84 nissan pickup 4 cyl also. got to bet off this gasoline stuff.

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        • #5
          Re: Technical Answer Needed

          Hi;

          Have you solved your issue? If not, please tell me and I will give the answer

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          • #6
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            I'M not real sure if you have a real spark advance issue to worry about.I have converted my own 2000 buick lesabre 3.8L..All I needed was a tank,stainless steel lines and connectors,Impco pev-1 regulator, Impco 225 or 200 mixer. I dont know what system you are looking into but, mine is a very simple system that has been used for years and years. I have not messed with spark advance at all. Remember natural gas is approx 120 octane. If I have been any help, your welcome...BOB

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