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Old 25th November 2010, 12:47   #31
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your vehicle looks stunning 4X4 cruiser. congrats on that.
did you not want fwd facing rear seats?
do you also have a top to go on that roll cage for those rainy days?
I'd really like the door frame to be chopped angularly (crude rendering below).
Presenting My 2005 NGCS MM550 BEAST.-dscn0893.jpg
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Old 25th November 2010, 15:26   #32
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4X4 Cruiser,
Congrats on the stunning work on Jeep. It looks amazing . The most beautiful thing about owning one is that a few mods here and there can transform an ordinary looking Jeep onto an absolute stunner and I feel there are so many ways you can find to make it look even better (and ofcourse perform too) when compared to other cars/4X4's .
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Old 27th November 2010, 22:18   #33
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Sudarshan, That was not at all fair, you the party ..............Attachment 456734
Hey 4x4 cruiser:
Awesome Jeep. I always thought that NGCS MM550 is the best Jeep.
Good to see one on our forum. Now coming to my questions,
What is the cruising speed?
How does your jeep handle high speeds??
Can you let me know the difference between the conventional chassis to NGCS?
Thanking you in advance,
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Old 28th November 2010, 00:59   #34
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Sudarshan, That was not at all fair, you the party pooper. Please take the warning by TEJAS seriously.

Finally after endless visits at ALLAN's office, I made him to manage time for my Jeep and start with my most important requirement, i.e., to open the jeep fully and put a 6 point roll cage and Snorkel. I and Dad were
always inclined towards open jeep, though its got many disadvantages but still thats the way we love it.
These are some of the pictures after the Jeep was partially opened.
Thats an AWESOME LOOKING Jeep!!!

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Old 28th November 2010, 10:33   #35
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just when i think i have become older and wiser to get over my jeep fixation you guys come along with these awesome machines and restart the turmoil of wanting one opposed to the "family use sedan/suv" that i was "enjoying" to date.Awesome BRUTE there sir i envy you your family
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Old 30th November 2010, 16:54   #36
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your vehicle looks stunning 4X4 cruiser. congrats on that.
did you not want fwd facing rear seats?
do you also have a top to go on that roll cage for those rainy days?
I'd really like the door frame to be chopped angularly (crude rendering below).
Attachment 459111
Thank You,
The Jeep is only for OTR, so dont need Front facing seats
Yet to get a top but it will be simple and temporary, always want a open Jeep.
No more chopping planned as of now. If I do some mods from now, it will be either Shackle lift or SPOA.


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4X4 Cruiser,
Congrats on the stunning work on Jeep. It looks amazing . The most beautiful thing about owning one is that a few mods here and there can transform an ordinary looking Jeep onto an absolute stunner and I feel there are so many ways you can find to make it look even better (and ofcourse perform too) when compared to other cars/4X4's .
Thank you.

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Hey 4x4 cruiser:
Awesome Jeep. I always thought that NGCS MM550 is the best Jeep.
Good to see one on our forum. Now coming to my questions,
What is the cruising speed?
How does your jeep handle high speeds??
Can you let me know the difference between the conventional chassis to NGCS?
Thanking you in advance,
Thank you,
I have gone upto 110kmph on Expressway but thats my speedo, ithink it would actually be 90-100. Have not yet checked it with GPS, will do it shortly.
Amazingly well upto 90 kmph on speedo, its good beyond that also but i don't trust a jeep when its above 100
I think Spike arrestor has elaborated the difference in one of his posts, will try and send you the link.


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just when i think i have become older and wiser to get over my jeep fixation you guys come along with these awesome machines and restart the turmoil of wanting one opposed to the "family use sedan/suv" that i was "enjoying" to date.Awesome BRUTE there sir i envy you your family
Thank you sir, the best part of buying a jeep is, if their is some resistance put in by family. But trust me my wife who hated jeeps, now loves to go for a short drive in evenings in the Jeep.
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That's a great looking jeep. I would say one of the best I've seen. Congrats.
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Old 25th April 2011, 13:39   #38
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Hi Team,

This is one of the best jeeps I have come across on portal. Particularly the work done on roll cage, the Bighorn Tires, cool looking snorkel, great looking front seats and the best part clean finish on the door (pillar B) removal.
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+1^^ No doubt it's one of the best looking Jeeps I've come cross. Not overly done, just right. Man, you've got some amazing taste!
If there's one thing I've noticed, a good set of rims and tyres can do wonders to any vehicle. However brialliantly a vehicle is kept, it the rims and tyres aint good, the vehicle aint good
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Which wheels are you running? Can you share price and from where you purchased them. Its really wicked.
Please tell us about the price of the Alloys and the Maxxis Bighorn. Your jeep has got a stunning look after you changed the Appolo bullet to Maxxis and the alloys are also a perfect match to it.
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