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Old 11th March 2008, 13:56   #31
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where exactly is driven
East of Kailash - it's on the main road (the one leading to Nehru place) and close to where 'The Big Chill' restaurant used to be...

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and how much would it cost to have a basic ICE set up done here
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pio 5050
jbl cs series 4 ch amp(?)
jbl gto 607c comp for front
gztw 12" mk2 in encl / jbl bass tube
jbl gt5 for rear doors
gz/audison cabling
To the best of my knowlege, Driven doesn't stock GZ equipment...

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car being delivered tomorrow @4 pm - need to have ICE set up by 8.30 - 9 pm latest - travelling AGAIN from the 15th march...
This might be cutting it a bit fine...
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thanks bro...

this is a stroke of good luck - it's round the corner from home - happen to live in gk -1!!

how long do you think the install will take and how expensive is it compared to other installers?
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how long do you think the install will take and how expensive is it compared to other installers?
I guess you should budget 5 hours, but it would make sense to start early in the day as the installers may not always stay back till late in the evening....you should visit them and check the exact timings.

I haven't compared installation charges at Driven with others but if it's more than elsewhere, it's probably justified - they are well trained and will treat your car well....if you're lucky and they're around, you may also get the benefit of Gunbir/JB's supervision/inputs, which would be unavailable elsewhere.
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I haven't compared installation charges at Driven with others but if it's more than elsewhere, it's probably justified - they are well trained and will treat your car well....if you're lucky and they're around, you may also get the benefit of Gunbir/JB's supervision/inputs, which would be unavailable elsewhere.
cheers dude...

have had an install today but not at driven am really pleased though... am sleepy as hell at the moment or would have posted loads - will do so tomorrow.

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cheers dude...

have had an install today but not at driven am really pleased though... am sleepy as hell at the moment or would have posted loads - will do so tomorrow.

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Congratulations ! Do post details & pics...

(I'm sure you're aware - the "Sound Off & Show Off" section is devoted to this purpose)
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Congratulations ! Do post details & pics...

(I'm sure you're aware - the "Sound Off & Show Off" section is devoted to this purpose)
I am pretty happy with the way the work was done at DRIVEN. Very polished and neat. I will post the pics soon.

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I am pretty happy with the way the work was done at DRIVEN. Very polished and neat. I will post the pics soon.

Flying Bong, I owe you a chilled Carlsberg / Tiger cheers:
Thanks, will definitely take you up on that sometime

look forward to seeing the install pics

PS - sorry for not replying earlier to your post
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