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Old 13th August 2010, 17:56   #766
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Very nice gypsy you got there rotron.

remove that 'rubicon' sticker!
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Old 13th August 2010, 18:55   #767
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Some pics of my Gypsy after fitting wider wheel arches, rock sliders and snorkel. Ready for the NIOC 4x4 Monsoon Challenge!

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Rotron, That's a great looking Gypsy. Rear side of canopy is amazing. Side bars might pose hindrance in OTRs.

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Some pics of my Gypsy after fitting wider wheel arches, rock sliders and snorkel. Ready for the NIOC 4x4 Monsoon Challenge!

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Can you post the pics of the engine bay? wondering how the snorkel is fitted to the left as the air filter is located on the right.
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Some pics of my Gypsy after fitting wider wheel arches, rock sliders and snorkel. Ready for the NIOC 4x4 Monsoon Challenge!

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Goslow those wheel arches look macho,was it custom made?
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Some pics of my Gypsy after fitting wider wheel arches, rock sliders and snorkel. Ready for the NIOC 4x4 Monsoon Challenge!

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What wonderful arches and snorkel. But you need to redesign the bumpers to blend with the arches. This is my personal observation though.
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Can you post the pics of the engine bay? wondering how the snorkel is fitted to the left as the air filter is located on the right.
Pics are on my thread: http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/4x4-ve...ml#post1048291 (Gypsy Diesel conversion with 4x4)


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Goslow those wheel arches look macho,was it custom made?
Thanks joshguy. Yes, custom made at Gypsy specialist PROAUTOMODS in Noida.

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What wonderful arches and snorkel. But you need to redesign the bumpers to blend with the arches. This is my personal observation though.
Thank you SirAlec. All custom made. Bumpers are on the way!
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Pics are on my thread: http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/4x4-ve...ml#post1048291 (Gypsy Diesel conversion with 4x4)




Thanks joshguy. Yes, custom made at Gypsy specialist PROAUTOMODS in Noida.



Thank you SirAlec. All custom made. Bumpers are on the way!
no wonder they are done by proautomods, nicely inspired by the wrangler wide fenders.

dude you could have asked them make the fenders round to make them look better and give gypsy some originality!

how come the snorkel is on the left hand side? i see the snorkel attached to the front left fender! is there a connection?
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^^ check the link above. it has a diesel engine and the air filter is on the left side.

and yes, nicely inspired

Ankit, costs please..
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Hi guys,

here is the pictures of my gypsy, my trusted companion in the wild.

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Hey dude , nice gypsy man . Love the colour . i get "J" when i see a olive green gypsy . Some day my gypsy will be olive green too . On e small suggestion , get rid of that RUBICON sticker since its a GYPSY ( you get what i mean ) :-D

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Ankit, the gypsy looks even meaner now. 1st time seeing the jeep inspired arches on a gypsy, looks good though. And the snorkel has come out really well. Good job done by Harsh & Samarth.
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hi guys

thanks for the compliments, yeah, i am thinking about removing the rubicon stickers. but i love rubicon jeep wranglers.
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Hi Rotron,

Rightly said by Deepak, The soft top has given the gypsy a killing look, simply loved the eagle view of this baby. Could you share some more details, like which year of Manufacturing and is it running stock or undergone some modifications.
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it's a '99 model 1.0 litre, with CFL in the rear and roll bar under the canopy and the rear hood can be opened/closed in under a minute. There is booster break too. it's a 4 seater.
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it's a '99 model 1.0 litre, with CFL in the rear and roll bar under the canopy and the rear hood can be opened/closed in under a minute. There is booster break too. it's a 4 seater.

Are you sure its 99 because Gypsy king started rolling out from from Maruti from 97 and as far as i know MG410W stopped in 96.
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Are you sure its 99 because Gypsy king started rolling out from from Maruti from 97 and as far as i know MG410W stopped in 96.
The R/C says its mfd. in 1998 and delivered in april 1999. and its a 1.0 litr carb.
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