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Old 18th March 2008, 18:09   #16
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I am guessing that the Indigo LS will take the same K&N that the Turbo Indica takes. Well the Indica one is costing 3990 here in hyderabad.

Going in for a K&N on the turbo this evening. Thereafter will take it to goa tomorrow.
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Yup, you are using a third party part. So Tata can Void your warranty.
Also not that you are in Delhi. Delhi is extremely dusty most of the year.
K&N official website recommends using a shroud when in dusty conditions, and using a shroud will rob the "freeness" of the filter.
So, you dont recommend me one :-( ??
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So, you dont recommend me one :-( ??
Not right now. If I become a dealer, these filters will become amazing overnight. Then I will definitely recommend you one
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Hi panky12345,

> So, you dont recommend me one :-( ??

If you have the time, kindly go through the following message:

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Thanks trrk, that was indeed an "eye-opener". Thanks guys, idea dropped.. I think ICE is the perfect section for me and I should be concentrating more on "subs and amps" rather than "air filters". :-)
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Hi,

> Thanks trrk, that was indeed an "eye-opener".

Nice to be of some help!

You can really spend your savings on something which is worth the value!
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You can really spend your savings on something which is worth the value!
yeah! just upgraded to JBL 1201.1 II and searching for subwoofers now.
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Hi panky,

> just upgraded to JBL 1201.1 II and searching for subwoofers now.

Well, I am not into music much and so am ignorant on things related to them.

Anyway enjoy!
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