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Old 1st February 2006, 11:11   #16
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WOW... mindblowing! Wicked ICE, wicked bodykit, wicked color scheme and the alloys are whacked out too! Commendable job arush and the other!!!

Do these also come with earplugs?!

godspeed.

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My compliments!! Excellent work.
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excellent work... i think its still an understatement. my mouth is still agape... how much did it cost (equipment alone)???
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Great instal!

One question though, ...

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Here you can see the wheel well has been cleaned and damping layer applied. The rubber+butyl mix damping sheets stick much better when heated so we use our hand held industrial grade hot air gun for the job.
Where can I get hold of these damping sheet in Bombay? I would like to put them in the boot area of my car as well to further drown out the road noise.
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Just one word..Beautiful....
When the entire system lights up, it was amazing
i just wanted to know where do we get damping material in Bangalore and also the cables that come fitted with lights, where do we get them in banagalore??? are they heat resistant??
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A-W-E-S-O-M-E! E-X-C-E-L-L-E-N-T! M-I-N-D-B-L-O-W-I-N-G!

I've in loss of superlatives to describe this.
I'm pretty sure that this can be done using low-cost Pioneer products.
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Not shocked !!!!!! However, mighty impressed .. Nothing new actually .. These guys surely are known for this .. Only regret being i missed being at delhi for the show .. Anyhow im sure JB and gunbir will be kind enough to give me an exclusive demo as promised if and when i get to delhi ...

All said and done , im eagerly waiting for the next project which im sure will be super duper YET AGAIN .. Btw JB , give me that goddamn car .. Ya the one that ur planning to work on next ..

All in all a fabulous job ( trying not to be too excited bcoz right now i feel like kicking myself for not being at delhi.. ) .. Hats of to JB , gunbir and arush .. Well done ..
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All said and done , im eagerly waiting for the next project which im sure will be super duper YET AGAIN
Did not JB install your car stereo himself?
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Great instal!

One question though, ...



Where can I get hold of these damping sheet in Bombay? I would like to put them in the boot area of my car as well to further drown out the road noise.

Hey,

Just let me know when you need it and i'll organise it for you.

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cool ....long process there but worth it...but just a question....

Y not pop in bigger rims with wheel spacers...i mean thats y u guys slapped on a widebody kit in the first place right?

The huge exposed space of the wall wells sure are ugly....QUICK get some 19s on em and pop a 16inch 6pot brake it in there...haha
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Deftones,

The car is running on 17's and 19's are not practical in India. We can put 19's if the car is just for the show not for driving. Somewhere you have to sacrifice looks for practicality.

Six pot brake calipers and the system will cost more than the car itself and it will be a waste as car is not developing more than 100BHP. So the standard braking system is good enough

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Did not JB install your car stereo himself?
Yes Jb did install my car system all by himself ..
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Oopsie...i assumed u guys had a monster under the hood...hah yeah...

I guess its not practical but a wide body wouldnt be too unless you pop in bigger wider rims...cause thats the the reason many guys slap on wide bodys...so the wheels would give a wider stance...imho just thought the car would have looked betta wiidout the widebody...but than again kudos to ur ice system....how many waats is it pumping and whats the full DB?

Yah abt the brake...guys here jus pop em up to cover the huge gap after a 18inch rim pop...


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Deftones,

The car is running on 17's and 19's are not practical in India. We can put 19's if the car is just for the show not for driving. Somewhere you have to sacrifice looks for practicality.

Six pot brake calipers and the system will cost more than the car itself and it will be a waste as car is not developing more than 100BHP. So the standard braking system is good enough
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A-W-E-S-O-M-E! E-X-C-E-L-L-E-N-T! M-I-N-D-B-L-O-W-I-N-G!

I've in loss of superlatives to describe this.
Exaaaaactly how i reacted when i saw the pics!!
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I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate you all including all the worksman for achieving such an awesome end product...Its hard to believe looking at the first few pics that this would end this way...Marvellous job Gunbir, JB, Arush...
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