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Old 13th September 2007, 12:24   #16
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12 Farad cap?? Why this install in M800 only? Crazy guy....huh!
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He He Even I used to wonder why ? I still don't have an answer,
That guy has cars like Skoda Octavia, Honda Accord, Another M800 with an Esteem Engine, but why this car after all ?
Well god knows.
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Here goes, the snap is from the time it was just built.

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The entire list of equipment :

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The bass is nothing like music, it's mind melting power, you mandatorily need ear plugs to sit inside, even though the gains were set really low.
Now I've seen everything. I'm speechless.
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Holy Christ! I can't think of how an 800 can handle that intensity bass! Won't the top fly off? Or The boot go flying like a broken mud flap?

If this car is insured for 50,000/-, think about it folks!

Silly, can't help but be astonished by things like this.
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Now I've seen everything. I'm speechless.
Better speechless than hearing-less after listening to that setup. Now no one should joke about LBM-bhai's setup.
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Holy Christ! I can't think of how an 800 can handle that intensity bass! Won't the top fly off? Or The boot go flying like a broken mud flap?
This vehicle should be used by Maruti Suzuki to demonstrate the 'reliability' of an M800 - sales will double.
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This vehicle should be used by Maruti Suzuki to demonstrate the 'reliability' of an M800 - sales will double.


This car was really a little too much, when the bass hits, it feels like your heart just jumped inside your ribcage and eardrums feel like they were introduced to some Hiroshima explosion. And all this is with the windows down.
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when the bass hits, it feels like your heart just jumped inside your ribcage and eardrums feel like they were introduced to some Hiroshima explosion. And all this is with the windows down.
I admire your courage. If I were you, I would take a good, clean look of how loud and dangerous it sounds from outside before stepping into the car. On second thoughts, I guess you did that too.

I am very curious to know two things:

1. How much did it cost?
2. What all rattle in the car?
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I am very curious to know two things:

1. How much did it cost?
2. What all rattle in the car?
It costed a Bomb, around 3.5 Lakhs. The sub was connected to the amps using 8ga wire.

Surprisingly not much, it was literally draped in fiberglass from top to bottom. The things that used to shake were some parts inside the dash, but you cannot hear it cos already you are almost deaf in there, and the suspension used to bump a little, car had spacers and hardened shocks.
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This car was really a little too much, when the bass hits, it feels like your heart just jumped inside your ribcage and eardrums feel like they were introduced to some Hiroshima explosion. And all this is with the windows down.
The owner should have been advised to put a large sign on the outside, like they do in all the rides in Disneyworld:
"People with a history of heart ailments or currently under any medication (including Gelusil but excluding those for mental ailments), as well as women who are pregnant (or intend to be in future), are hereby advised not to place themselves in harms way by approaching within 5 meters of the car when the music is on. Owner will not be held liable for any incidental damages to humans or nature"
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The owner should have been advised to put a large sign on the outside, like they do in all the rides in Disneyworld:
"People with a history of heart ailments or currently under any medication (including Gelusil but excluding those for mental ailments), as well as women who are pregnant (or intend to be in future), are hereby advised not to place themselves in harms way by approaching within 5 meters of the car when the music is on. Owner will not be held liable for any incidental damages to humans or nature"
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It costed a Bomb, around 3.5 Lakhs. The sub was connected to the amps using 8ga wire.
man.. with this kind of money, you could almost buy 2 basic versions of M800. First time I am hearing about the ICE that cost almost double the cost of the car. !
I would really love to meet up with this guy!

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It costed a Bomb, around 3.5 Lakhs. The sub was connected to the amps using 8ga wire.
Sweet Jesus! All this for an 800!

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Surprisingly not much, it was literally draped in fiberglass from top to bottom. The things that used to shake were some parts inside the dash, but you cannot hear it cos already you are almost deaf in there, and the suspension used to bump a little, car had spacers and hardened shocks.
Hardened shocks for an 800! I thought they were hard enough!
Seriously, this is one of the whackiest, disproportionate, most insane installs I have ever seen.

BR, Thanks for the info!

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Phew. Now he can sell a 2L used car for 3L ! Or maybe the other way around. He could sell the ICE for 3L, the car comes free with it !

The size of that woofer is scary.
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Phew. Now he can sell a 2L used car for 3L ! Or maybe the other way around. He could sell the ICE for 3L, the car comes free with it !

The size of that woofer is scary.


This is just too conincidental, that setup is actually for sale, Offer price is 2 Lakhs, car comes free.
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