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Old 23rd January 2006, 21:43   #1
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just yesterday i saw a blue octavia with shimmering blue mud flaps and sparco was printed on them. they had a very sharp cut and were not those usual roundish at the bottom mud flaps we've come to see on every car. any clues where these are available in delhi(south delhi would be more comfortable ).

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I dunno abt the mudflaps, but u also get Brembo caliper covers.
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Question availability in delhi??

hey would it be possible to get the bremo caliper covers for a swift and if so where and how much would they cost??
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hey guys,

dont know about brembo brake calipers. i got the calipers in front and the drum at rear painted deep red when i was installing those rims. looks pretty cool. anyways, about those mud flaps? does anyone have a clue.

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hey rev hard.. the brembo caliper covers you should be very carefull while driving.. those are the clip on type... they fall off.. mud flaps are designed locally also.. i also saw them in an accrssories store in bangalore.. not worth it..
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thanks for the advice. i think what i'll do is take off the current mud flaps and have some dude give it a sharp flat cut at the bottom. that should make it look better. right now it looks a baggy jean toting slouch. btw, i didnt get those brembo calipers, i just painted the stock calipers and the drum brake at rear.

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The octy youre talking about was owned by a friend of mine's... he just sold it recently. Those mudflaps are avialable off the shelf in accessory shops in thailand/malaysia/singapore. I'll be having a few sets in a couple of weeks so lemme know whenever you want one.

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hello arush,

would the flaps you are sourcing fit on a zen? if yes, what kind of damage are we talking about here? that octy owned by your friend was a frequent visitor in kailash tower 3 in eok. it was pretty cool looking.

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dont know about brembo brake calipers. i got the calipers in front and the drum at rear painted deep red when i was installing those rims. looks pretty cool. anyways, about those mud flaps? does anyone have a clue.

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try this thread for starters : Brembo Catalog

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Hey Guys, could anybody suggest good mud flaps for my VW Polo, I certainly dont like the stock mud flaps considering the Road conditions. Any alternatives and place to buy in Bangalore would be much appreciated.
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Hey Guys, could anybody suggest good mud flaps for my VW Polo, I certainly dont like the stock mud flaps considering the Road conditions. Any alternatives and place to buy in Bangalore would be much appreciated.
Link to the Sparco Mudflaps

They cost 350 a pair, and look quite big and stand out. I've seen them on a couple of cars.
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Have these on my Ikon, looks good only if you have those 195 size tyres. Only problem I've seen on those is that the metal strip(Sparco inscripted) on the mud flap tends to fall. It happened on one of my highway drives when one end got cut and was scraping the road (SparKos on the road indeed)
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