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  • New CNGer from Argentina...

    In fact, I'm not "new" ... I'm just new in this forum hehehe...

    I own (with some friends) something like this site, but for Argentina. As you know, even when CNG wasn't born there, a lot of development has been made.

    The site I'm talking about is "gnceros.com.ar", and we call each other "gncero" which is funny as I found here someone who called himself (and I've copied it) "CNGer" Hehe....
    Please, do not consider this as Spam, I'm just showing you something we've all made, and I will try, as soon as possible, and according to my bad english, to translate and use most of that info, to dump it here, off course, if you like that kind of things.

    Nowadays I own a 1992 Peugeot 505 SRi, who was originally in a good shape, and a bus decided to change this. (hit me from the back) so, will be entering body shop in a few days (or months, depending on my needs) and a 1968 404 Peugeot, that I bought recently by coins, for complete overhaul.

    The 505 is for sure, running on CNG, and the 404, as soon as it starts running by itself (and not on a truck :P ) will be also CNG.

    I've found some nicknames similars to other forum I am. (Aussiefrogs) is it just a coincidence, or are you them?


    I used to work as IT Specialist, and since 7 years until now, started with CNG. 2 year ago, I started in the company that I'm working 'till now, related to CNG. I travel all over the world to do training courses, and new developments, and things like that

    If you consider that is not advertise, or something, I can put some pictures of my work, not to "sell" (which is not my work) just for explaining, turn down some myths, and also to show how CNG is one of the most amazing combustibles world wide. I wait for answer for this, as I don't want to cause trouble.


    Well, sorry to extend this so much, I hope to be useful here, even with my "tarzan-jane" english

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    Re: New CNGer from Argentina...

    Bienvenido a cngchat Molerpa. Espero que pueda compartir su experiencia con GNC con el foro. A mi me gustaría ver fotos y leer mas información sobre los coches que ha convertido a GNC. Voy a estar revisando el foro suyo también.

    -Derek

    English: Welcome to cngchat Molerpa. I hope you can share your CNG experience with the forum. I would like to see pictures and read more about the cars you've converted to CNG. I'll be checking out your forum also.
    www.CNGUtah.com

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    • #3
      Re: New CNGer from Argentina...

      Originally posted by CNG Utah View Post
      Bienvenido a cngchat Molerpa. Espero que pueda compartir su experiencia con GNC con el foro. A mi me gustaría ver fotos y leer mas información sobre los coches que ha convertido a GNC. Voy a estar revisando el foro suyo también.

      -Derek

      English: Welcome to cngchat Molerpa. I hope you can share your CNG experience with the forum. I would like to see pictures and read more about the cars you've converted to CNG. I'll be checking out your forum also.


      Derek, keep it english, It will help me to learn it better.

      Hope to be helpful

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        Re: New CNGer from Argentina...

        Alright, I guess I can practice my spanish on your forum. I would like to see some of your conversions though. Are all of the CNG vehicles down there conversions, or are there many that were factory-built?
        www.CNGUtah.com

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        • #5
          Re: New CNGer from Argentina...

          Not many OEM-Mounting. Just some crapy-renault and Fiat used to do it... but they stop (the production of each one, never last more than 6 months, and never reach more than 2000 units each)

          99% are installed on workshops.


          1993 Flareside 4.9i. Closed Loop, ARF Timming Advance Processor

          youtube.com/watch?v=YiiN4JUDQZ8

          I CANNOT INSERT LINKS UNTIL I REACH 15 POSTS , so I can't put images.

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