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Old 8th December 2007, 03:52   #1
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Default Eye Candy Setup on a Baleno

So I bumped into this setup being delivered to it's owner today and was quite stunned with the way it looked, nothing like this I had seen till date in Bangalore. The Stepney looks like a dancefloor from top, very neat job. This ICE setup had some really nice looks to go with a very neat tune job with a mix of different products by our very well known tuner Anwar.
Setup was a SQL Setup. I am personally not a fan of those subs, but I can say that I have seen no one in Bangalore who can make those subs sound the way they sound other than Anwar.

List of Equipment,
Pioneer P1Y Head Unit
(Don't remember the front compos)
Audible Dynamics Rear Speakers
JBL GTO75.4 4 Channel Amp
2 of JBL GTO301.1 monoblock amps
2 of Pioneer 306DVC 12" Subwoofers

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Beautiful looking Spare Wheel

Setup with neon lights looks real eye candy


LENSO WIDE TRACK rims glowing in the dark

Rear Parcel Tray built in Fiberglass

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You are right it is really like a dance floor.Looks really pretty.Did you hear that audible dynamic?Hows it sounding?
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WOW!!! nice setup.....Donno why but looks cute..

I blueraven says it sounds amazing, then it definitely must be. Viase, i think those poineer DVC, must be create a hellafa bass
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I don't understand why the tyre is so decorated.
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I don't understand why most of the gear is so decorated. Good job, but chaar aane ki murgi......
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I guess the owner wanted a bling machine, and he got one.

I'd have spent the extra cost that went towards the install on better speakers and subs.
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I guess the owner wanted a bling machine, and he got one.

I'd have spent the extra cost that went towards the install on better speakers and subs.


The equipment list is not doing justice to this kind of an awesome install.Anyways its looking good.
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The guy came in with Pio subs and would not resort for anything else, some people will just never change, Anwar tired his best convincing. Amps are pretty neat, Speakers though were not to my taste but did not sound bad at all, in fact sounded decent for the price.
The front components are Kenwood 6.5" Components.
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I was present went the car was being done. It's quiet sad to know that the owner wouldn't change his mind for anything.
BTW, owner got what he wanted and Anwar delivered what he was asked to. Happy end.
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wont say anything about the equipment, but the fabrication is great.. pimped....
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I was there on Friday when the spare wheel thingy was almost ready but not yet installed and I was curious as to how it would look.

Thanks for posting this Satya, you just saved me a trip to Anwar's workshop as I was planning to go there just to see this.
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