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Old 16th February 2010, 18:29   #91
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Anil ver nice restoration , looks amazing, cool colour , the soft looks unique and blends with the vehicle , are those tyres 235 size , if so is the steering very hard compared to previous tyres you have had.
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Anil ver nice restoration , looks amazing, cool colour , the soft looks unique and blends with the vehicle , are those tyres 235 size , if so is the steering very hard compared to previous tyres you have had.
Hi Karizma, thetyre size are 225/70/R15 the steering is hard but got a bit better with the new steering wheel. We are goin to install powersteering so that the issue will be solved.
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Default Electronic power steering on Gypsy.

Dear All BHPians, while roaming around in the scrap yard in sharja i found the abundance availabality of the steering cloumn with the electronic power steering (EPS) unit. There is an EPS gear box attached on to the column itself with the wire hanging out. Does any body know the feasibility of installing these EPS unit on Gypsy. These are from suzuki vehicles only, probably Jimny / Vitara. One of the supplier mentioned that it need only a power supply from battery and the directional (left / right) control switch is built in already, but i doubt that there will be an ECU controlling the directional functions and power assistance provided by the unit.

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Dear All BHPians, while roaming around in the scrap yard in sharja i found the abundance availabality of the steering cloumn with the electronic power steering (EPS) unit. There is an EPS gear box attached on to the column itself with the wire hanging out. Does any body know the feasibility of installing these EPS unit on Gypsy. These are from suzuki vehicles only, probably Jimny / Vitara. One of the supplier mentioned that it need only a power supply from battery and the directional (left / right) control switch is built in already, but i doubt that there will be an ECU controlling the directional functions and power assistance provided by the unit.

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Hey Anil,

Nice work on this the Gypsy. Looks great. I would not suggest getting a old PS, because they are easily available in India. I have one installed by Padam motors from Mayapuri Delhi. PS & Installation cost 7.5K. If you can get a brand new made for Suzuki Caribbean, Samurai, Safari or Jimmy it would be great. Yoko(Japan) Power steering would fit easily in Gypsy. I am attaching a pic which shows what all would be needed with the PS. Good luck.
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Old 21st March 2010, 13:47   #95
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[quote=Anil Vincent;1614178]Hi Pramod, 1.3 lacs seems to be reasonable for 2000 model for king, but cant predict what is going to be the cost coming up for build up.
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Default Mechanical transplant from Jimny

I was busy with job and hence no updates for long time, the holidays are approaching and it is the time to plan for further upgrades. Already started hunting for the same and came across this vehicle recently a 2008 model scrapped Jimny. The seller asks for AED 3000/- (approx 40K Rs) for the whole vehicle, started thinking of what all item can i do the transplant to my Gypsy???
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Hey Anil, your Gypsy turned out very well. First I saw it in other thread (Gypsy pics) and now gone through this entire thread. Superb result of your efforts.
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The engine and PS is the only thing which you can salvage from this vehicle if you really want to. Speending 40 k for both this would not be a wise idea. Contact mexentric he is in sharjah and he stays here in TVM, he also brought a ps box from sharjah, he might be able to connect you to some people.


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I was busy with job and hence no updates for long time, the holidays are approaching and it is the time to plan for further upgrades. Already started hunting for the same and came across this vehicle recently a 2008 model scrapped Jimny. The seller asks for AED 3000/- (approx 40K Rs) for the whole vehicle, started thinking of what all item can i do the transplant to my Gypsy???

Cut the body out and put a roll cage and it would make a wicked offroad buggy!

But "offroad only" buggy.
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Hey Anil,

The side mirror on your Gypsy looks cool. Are those from the Bolero? Or are they Dubai returns too ?

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Default Power steering installation

Finally I found a good condition power steering box for my gypsy and bought it immediately, posting the pics for your comments and suggestion there are 2 main doubts on the installation -

1. How to mount the steering box to the chassis frame?
a) By drilling new holes on to it .. !!
or
b) By fabricating and using an adopater plate with stud bolts..!!

I prefer the easiest, safest & relaible method.

2 Where to mount the steering pump on the engine as i have already A.C compressor installed on, need to know further how to mount both effectively. Appreciate if any one can provide with pictures on both these installed & using.
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Hey Anil , Went through the entire thread. Your ride has come up really well !! Congrats.
How much did the Gypsy cost you in total including the rebuild?

Also how is the AC functioning? How much does the AC generally cost?
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Anil Vincent, You may check with MexXentric. He has already done the same PS setup on his Gypsy.
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Hi Anil,

congrats on a nice project.

need help from all the BHPIANS

i am planning to pick up a gypsy(MG410W HT--1992) model.

it has a hard top 4*4( Blue color) single owner.

can you all suggest me what will be the best price i can give for the vehicle.

it has a 45 litres gas tank(approved).
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